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08/10/2015 at 22:33
Wondering if anyone could give me any advice on my situation.
18months ago I had an ultra sound to test for PCOS, during it they stated I had lots of cysts found and would be PCOS but wait for the report, therefore I went back to my gp asking for results and my gp said was all clear and said I wouldn't have PCOS as I'm not overweight!!
In March I came off my pill - me and my partner decided to try for a baby, I had a late period and thought I must be pregnant etc lots of negative tests but thought I should still go to the doctor, and the test at the Doctors was also negative (which was okay as we hadn't been trying for long and I know it can take a while). While I was there I stated I couldn't understand why I hadn't had a period and asked her to read out my ultrasound report, which actually stated I had PCOS!! I was obviously angry as I was lied to 18months ago. I discussed with my gp if I could get referred but she stated we need to be trying for a baby for 12 months which I could understand- but it's obvious really I am going to have problems, I am having 40-50 cycles, every ovulation stick is negative, should I go back to my gp? Or do you think it's just early days?
Sorry such a long story
21/10/2015 at 08:27
Hi Hun, just read your post, I have PCOS diagnosed when I was 17 and had the same experience doctors couldn't understand how I was not overweight so didn't actually say I had it until 18! I never had any af at all so they said I would never have my own children. Turnd 21 and I found out I was 3 months pregnant! So I had my first miracle 4 years later me and my partner wanted to try for a second I wondered if I thought it would be hard to, after 2 months I was pregnant again! I know have two af a year! So there is always hope :) now 27 trying for one last baby I'm getting very very faint lines on tests and feeling symptoms how are you doing? X
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