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Trying to conceive
10/05/2015 at 20:18
i have pcos and am finding it very difficult to get pregnant,, i am 28 and have been with my partner 3 years,, he has a child from a previous relationship and i dote on her but i want my own,, i was diagnosed at 18 with pcoc,, i knew something was up because my periods came to a dramatic stop and i was only gettin two to three periods a year from when i was 18 til i was 24 i now get regular periods but thats not to say i am ovulating,, i was on clomid for 6 months a year and a half ago i was so excited i really believed it was gonna work,, instead it swelled out my ovaries, i was hospitalised for aa few days and when the swelling went down i was discharged and no more was said about it,, im still trying now without fertility treatment but im not as hopeful such a stressful time
11/05/2015 at 08:36
Hi, all I can say is it will happen don't loose hope and try not to get to stressed. i haven't got pcos but it took me 15months to concieve so don't give up. Good luck
11/05/2015 at 11:51
I would highly suggest you go see a fertility clinic .. if you dint have any underlying issue then I would say just keep trying like how I am its been 10 months of trying for me and I dont even have PCO's . The thing is its better to see a doctor and get down to the root problem.. I believe you might be disheartened by the first time around but what I have learned from my 10 months is that its all trial and error. You kind of have to see what works for you in the ttc journey everyone is different hence what works for one may not work for the other. Do your research and ask your doctor questions ..It frustrating but sometimes doctors arent that involved in cases ( its rare but possible) .
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