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01/05/2012 at 04:45
just because we have pcos doesnt mean we cant fall naturally there are drugs that can give us a regular cycle, like me im so irregular but i started my fertility and since then i have been regular unfortunately my partner also has a problem which makesit harder but i have been told theres still a chance of natural pregnancy, i suppose wot im trying to say is never give up it can happen and dont put so much pressure on your self, like me my pcos is all over and cant be treated, but if its only you without partner issues then theres plenty of hope still, i have 1% of natural and i havnt given up and niether should anyone, all the best to u all from a lady who has ttc for 8 yrs keep the faith xxx
26/06/2012 at 16:25
i to have pcos for the past 12 years, i have never had regular cycles 1 in a year if im lucky. i concieved naturally in born 09/2001, ans was on norethisterone and clomid for 2 years and nothing had 2 years off then again on them for 2 years and nothing. in 2009 i started metformin and concieved born 04/2011. been on metformin ever since with no luck and had 1 cycle in 14 months. we are wanting another baby close as possible to this one and then thats it. but fingers crossed it dont take another 10 years again its so stressfull as i never have cylcle or ovulate my doctors are useless and never want to try anything there must be something out there that can help me have regular cycles and ovulate.
07/07/2012 at 18:56
i tried for a baby with my ex partner for 2 years before being referred to my fertility doctor. he put me on northisterone which bought me on my period then i had to start taking chlomid on the 2nd day of my period for 5 days. then went to have a unltrasound scan to see if i was due for ovulation and to my surprise i was going to ovulate the weekend after my scan. and luckily it worked first time for us. as you can imagine having endometriosis and PCOS and being told i was infertile for many of years i was overjoyed. i would recommend this treatment
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27/07/2013 at 21:50
i have just been given norethisterone and clomid, but unsure how long and when do i start the tablets. i have pcos and rarely have periods. please help
30/08/2013 at 19:36
I have pcos I conceived my daughter naturally 5 years been trying for the last 3 years nothing! My gp wouldn't help me coz I have a child so I paid privately the dr prescribed me northisterone and clomid finished the northisterone yesterday just waiting to come on little got a + on my ovulation test yesterday has anybody else had this? I'm meant to have a scan on 10th-14th after starting my period to see if I am ovulating
30/08/2013 at 23:49
I had the same treatment as you a few years back. I can't remember the schedule accurately, but I am sure af came within a couple of days of finishing the norethisterone (sp?) and the cd1 is first full day of af- clomid is taken on cd2-5 (I think). But if you have any doubts of what you should be doing, I would call the fertility clinic- the nurses I spoke to were always really helpful. Good luck x
03/11/2013 at 13:27
Hi all. I was perscribed Norethisterone last month to bring on my period which I hadnt had for almost 6 months - since early April 2013. I have PCOS - diagnosed years ago. I had miscarried at 5 weeks after taking 1 cycle of Clomid back in February after trying for 3 years. I had been waiting for another period to start taking Clomid again but nothing happened.
I went to the Gynae and they gave me Norethisterone to take for 10 days and was told to expect a period 3-5 days after taking the tabs and to start CLomid on CD2. 10 days later no sign of my period but was experiencing sore breasts so even though I didnt think it was possible, I took a test and it was +!!
I went to the doctor and they confirmed doubling HCG levels last week! Im still in shock.
They told me the Norethisterone wouldn't have done my pregnancy any harm and they think Im just over 6 weeks now.
I have an early scan in the morning and very nervous.....
18/12/2013 at 21:24
I have been on the process of Norethisterone and clomid to fall pregnant which we did for 12 months then fell in. the second try of clomid 150ml we fell pregnant, unfortunately we miscarried. Now my Gyno has started me on metformin and then on to Norethisterone and clomid, as this may help to stop miscarriage the next time. I'm hoping this works. To answer your question though, Norethisterone and clomid process does work. It will depend on the clomid if you ovulate. This post you have done it quite old, I'm wonderign if you had any success?
19/12/2013 at 09:10
have you tried going the herbal approach I have pcos and did have AF for over a year I started with natural herbal medicine and my cyst have shrunk by over 70% in a month and my cycle is starting to regulate. it is slightly expensive but it worked for me x
15/01/2014 at 01:20
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