PCOS and Pregnancy

One of the most serious complications brought about by PCOS is infertility. As there is abnormality in a woman’s monthly period, the chances of ovulation are lesser compared to normal situations. PCOS therefore threatens its victims to riskier and lesser chances of successful pregnancies.

Even with all the threats, pregnancies for women with PCOS are still possible. It may not be as convenient, easy and smooth – sailing as normal cases of childbearing, but it does not burn all the avenues for possible procreation. Usually, pregnancy among PCOS – infected women depends on the severity and level of their illness, alongside the type of treatment being received and condition of health and wellness.

According to experts, women who have PCOS have higher succeptibility to acquire and develop diseases like hypertension, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes and blood – clotting concerns throughout the course of the pregnancy. They also have higher chances of encountering pre – term birth, miscarriage or have over – size babies. Research have categorized pregnant women with PCOS to have 45% to 50% chance of having miscarriage which is significantly high compared to 15% to 20% possibility among pregnant women with no PCOS. But just like any problem, the threats can be managed given the proper information and understanding of what has to be done.

It is very important for PCOS pregnant women to have good and open communications with their respective doctors. The physicians should be aware that the patient is pregnant in order to help make  childbearing successful. There are some PCOS medications that may not be helpful (and even harmful) for pregnant women and there are also some that may help result to multiple pregnancies that is why it is essential to have a full understanding about what is happening.

Regular check – up is a key element in pregnancy as well as treating the disease that PCOS is. Aside from monitoring the pregnancy itself, it also keeps track of the progress that the patient is making with regards to hormones stabilization that eventually contributes to the success of a new life. Blood pressure, pre – eclampsia and early signs of diabetes are among the premiere factors that should be closely monitored.

Pregnancy requires a change of lifestyle, whether you have PCOS or you don’t. Soon to be mothers are not only living for themselves, they have children in their wombs which is why healthy lifestyle, diet and proper nutrition is, more than ever, vital. The type of diet and the kind of exercise, however, should be consulted with a physician or health expert first.

Most women with PCOS are obese, if not overweight, losing the extra weight does more benefits than just having a thinner waist line or slimmer arms, it reduces the level of insulin enabling the body to function better. It limits the possibility of blood pressure and miscarriage as well as the chance of having a very big baby (that may lead to Caesarean Section). In addition, weight loss also helps resolve the issue of hormonal imbalance that hampers both embryo plantation and development among women with PCOS.

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Richlyn Josiah June 16, 2012 at 7:15 pm

i haven seen my period for eight months now, and i am trying to get pregnant and it is not happening.

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Angela September 11, 2012 at 1:57 pm

I have PCOS, and went eight months after I got married without a period. I went to a reproductive endocrinologist and got diagnosed with a thyroid disorder in addition to my PCOS. I got prescribed Synthroid, progesterone, and Clomid to help stimulate ovulation. The first round of Clomid did not work: no ovulation, no period, no pregnancy. However, on my second round of Clomid my doctor ordered a day 14 vaginal ultrasound and it showed that I would ovulate. I am now six months pregnant, expecting a child this December. Women with PCOS should not lose hope. As long as you do not have diminished ovarian reserve, you should be able to get pregnant with the medications out there.

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Yolanda June 25, 2012 at 12:21 pm

well they told me i had pcos wen i was 14 Then took pills for a year. my period went normal but then it stop for half a year. Then i got marry 2 year ago. they put me on pills again took them 1/2 a year and stop. we been trying but we cant. i got appointment on the 16 of july and was wondering if there’s something i should ask the doctor.

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cynthia andison June 28, 2012 at 10:57 pm

i have not been having my periods for 3 years now. i went to my doctor and he gave me some pills, my period comes anytime i take the pills but stops when ever i stop taking it,…… can it be that i have pcos

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Tara July 15, 2012 at 1:50 am

YES! Definitely go get checked out. I’m the exact same way. And when I don’t take the pills, I will NOT get my period and I gain weight.

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Amanda July 25, 2012 at 11:07 am

What pills are you guys on? They gave me metformin and it causes stomach issues for me. What works for you guys?

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Christina October 22, 2012 at 7:38 pm

Amanda, I am on Metformin too. And although it gives me stomach problems when they adjust it, once your body adjusts to it, it gets better. I used to be on both Metformin and birth control pills, but once I got married and decided on a family, the birth control was stopped and now I’m only on Metformin.

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farren June 10, 2013 at 2:46 pm

I take the same pills metformin ,eating a lot of sweets or things that are high in suger will mess your stomach up so be careful

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Katie June 17, 2013 at 6:13 pm

Amanda,

I am on metformin and had some severe stomach issues with it. I recently got changed to the long lasting metformin and it has drastically decreased any stomach issues. You may want to ask your doc about this.

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Cheryl June 22, 2013 at 1:20 pm

My period has always been abnormal since first getting it at the age of 13. I saw one doctor when I was about 17 and he told me straight out “you will never get pregnant!!” Of course from there I went to another doctor who put me on birth control…while on birth control I would have a normal period month to month. Now married for two years and stopped birth control about 1.5 years ago, my period was arriving every month, then went to every other month and now have not had my period since January 10th!! I have PCOS and my endocrinologist put me on Metformin 500 mg for two months and no period…now been on Metformin 1000 mg for a little over a month and still no period…I’m getting very discouraged that it will not give me my period.

stacy ann April 5, 2013 at 2:03 pm

Yes those are the signs of having pcos or a defect I would suggest u visit the doctor and also a specialist to find out what’s going on.

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dd November 10, 2013 at 10:43 am

for your regular period doctor will suggest u duphastan pills because I also in same problem I am suffering from pcos and irregular period but now getting proper period but still 1 and 1/2 month gone no pregnancy I had taken clomid also. I am worried

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Rao July 3, 2012 at 12:03 pm

Pcos not serious for my wife. How to become
Pregnant

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Katie July 4, 2012 at 3:09 pm

Hi, im katie im 20 years old and up untill 2 years ago my periods were as regular as anything. i met my new partner aged 17 and went on the pill in the october (microgynen 30) and my periods were fine for a few months, then i started having irregular periods whilst on the pill. so i consulted the doctor and he refered me to a specialist. After having tests for over a year!!. I have now been confimed with PCOS and i am due to go back to the hospital in august. But to my supprise after being told by the hospital’s specialist that i werent producing any egg’s to get fertalised and only had a 5% chance of getting pregnant and and my partner decided to start trying for a baby 2 months ago and to my supprised after doing endless amounts of pregnancy tests all negative, i did 3 yeaterday 3/07/12 and all posative!..t
(all Clearblue). im now awaiting doctors reluslts to confim. But Ladys it can happen.. :) Keep Your Faith. :) I/ and my partner did not expect this to happen this soon but were over the moon :) 5 weeks and counting x

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Nina July 20, 2012 at 9:07 pm

I’ve lost 65 to 70 lbs. Was diagnosed with PCOS as a teen. After I lost the weight my periods would come but still irregular, seems like it was later and later each month. Now this month I am over 3 weeks late, took two pregnancy tests both negative. I have gained a little over the last few weeks. I am fustrated. I am craving sugar which I know is my food that I need to stay away from that is probably why I’ve gained a few pounds but I’m worried I have a cyst again. I’m also worried about infertility. Its very heart breaking to spend my money on HPTests every month only for them to be negative.

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bree July 22, 2012 at 2:40 pm

Hi I’m not sure what is wrong I had a perfect pregnancy in 2011 with my son I got married in may but was pregnant is April I am assuming about 4 weeks I went to the er because I was bleeding and they said I miss carried I then became pregnant I took two tests(digital) on July 16 because I had every symptom possible for pregnancy and no period yet yesterday I started bleeding again went to the doctor and they told me I wasnt pregnant but I have never had a late period ever in my life my sister and mom have pcos is this a possibility for me I feel like I’m crazy but I don’t understand.d it my HPT were both positive

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Anisa July 25, 2012 at 11:03 am

Its possible for you to be pregnant. I had the same thing all the symptoms of pregnancy I gained 45lbs and the doctors kept telling me I wasn’t pregnant. They kept telling me it wasn’t possible at all because of the pcos. Well on September 5th 2011 I have birth to a baby girl. No complication no problems at all. Looking back I will not listen to what people think or what they think is going on.

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lisa January 9, 2013 at 6:35 pm

i totally understand bree

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lisa January 9, 2013 at 6:53 pm

i also have PCOS…never had regular periods…always dependant on tabs for a cycle…tried for about 8yrs to become pregnant…took all d treatment, saw several doctors…did every n anything dat was advised…eventually i had surgery den back on d treatment…5mths later i got pregnant…i have a 6 yr old daughter…Now my husband n i want another child…by some miracle for d 1st time ever i got pregnant right after takin 2 bottles of tissane & also i was on a weight loss program & dropped about 4lbs around d same time…by some miracle my period came on its own without me takin tabs…couple wks after i started havin sore breast & bellypains so i did a pregnancy test n it was positive…i cudnt believe my eyes so i did another n it was positive…i visited d dr due to d pains…he also did a test n it was positive…i did ultrasound but it wasnt pickin up d pregnancy so we assumed it was to early…dr recommended an HCG test which wud be more accurate…did d test n d results was poor…d reading was showing i was approx 3wks pregnant…but i was suppose to be around 6-7wks according to d date of my period…couple days after d tests was done i had a miscarriage :(

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bree July 26, 2012 at 5:45 pm

So you just went into labor and had her? I just find it odd both htptests were positive and my blood test was negative

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Jodi August 21, 2012 at 11:37 am

Hi Ladies, i was diagnosed with PCOS when i was about 18 due to me putting on weight and having a pretty good diet. I went for investigations and it was found i was pregnant. Unfortunalty this was unplanned and a mistake by my GP lead me to terminate very sad and unpleasant. So i carried on and never pursued the PCOS investigation fully until i became 25 and had put on alot of weight and was wondering if i decided to have a child i could. I went for ultra sounds and it was pretty hit and miss lots of ladies have cysts on their ovaries that how eggs are formed. My periods have been very light and almost late by 3-7 days every month. Me and my fiance have been trying for a baby for 3 months and i was told my progesterone levels were very low 3. something. This was determined by taking blood on my 21st day and measuring the levels. Now i no with PCOS that ovulatuion can be at any point in a cycle due to cysts bursting i was told by a GP once. I was very upset to think it was unlikly i would concieve naturally but to my delight i am 5weeks pregnant and all is going well. A few abdominal pains which the Dr said are normal so fingers crossed and it can happen!!!!! good luck ladies

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shauna August 28, 2012 at 3:40 pm

Hi Ladies,
I was diagnose with pcos in my late teens and throughout my twenties i never told my diagnose seriously. i was on and off birth controls just to get a period. In 2010, the doctor put me on metaphin and i stayed on it for a year, last year i discovered i was four months pregnant but unfortunately i miscarriage due to my uterus was expanding while the baby was growing. My period is back normal and now i am pregnant again and about four to five weeks. i never thought i would ever get pregnant because of i research so much about pcos and paying attention to doctors!!

so ladies that are trying pray to God about the situation and never listen to negative talks!!!

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Crystal August 31, 2012 at 3:09 pm

I have never had a regular period and for years my doctors told me and I quote ( I should be happy i dont have to go through the menstrual pains everymonth many women would love to be in my position.) I have had 9 misscarriges and now can’t seem to even conceive. I went back to a different doctor an they informed me that i have pcos. I have tried to lose weight as they suggested but my weight just flip flops no matter what i seem to do. I currently do nothave insurance to cover the treatments that they say I need as i am currently unemployed. I fear that my having to delay treatment will inevitably destroy my chances of ever having a family with my fiancee. I am scared that too much time may have already passed without treatment and was hopeing someone had some good advice to helplift my spirits a little bit because after years of trying and losing so many pregnancies I dont know what to do anymore I dont think I can handle any more loss but a life without a family is one of the most terrifying things i can think of. Lost and confused looking for some sound advice please.

Thank You

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Shay Rock December 10, 2012 at 6:17 pm

Hi Crystal!
My former boss had 5 or 6 miscarriages before she and her doctor discovered that it had nothing to do with PCOS or advanced age; she wasn’t producing estrogen during her pregnancy!! – it was just the way her body worked. Once they figured that out, they gave her suppositories and told her to watch her diet, and her last pregnancy produced a healthy and beautiful baby boy.

Strongly suggest that, if you decide to try again, get health coverage and stick with one doctor who will work with you and seek to understand how your body works. (No clinics) This process is difficult and if you don’t have a knowledgeable champion in your corner, it can be that much more challenging.

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lisa May 17, 2013 at 5:42 pm

Hi crystal i am 29 years old and was diagnosed with pcos last month which explains why i never had a pregnacy in my 1st marriage. i was told by my doctor that if i wanted to get pregnet to try birth control 3 months and try in the 4th month and if i dont come out pregnet just keep trying like that for a year i am also taking meteformin and was told to get a colposcopy for a adnormal pap im 29 and havent been able to have gods blessing but with many many prayer my meds and dreams i pray i have at least one baby in my lifetime if yall would like to text me feel free 9563071510 it be nice to have a group of females going through the same thing and my fiance and myself may god bless us all with what we want in life take care ..Ladieds lets.keep our heads up and be strong my sistas

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Sara September 6, 2012 at 1:55 am

I had two beautiful children before I was diagnosed with PCOS. I just lost 75 pounds and and ready to try for another child eighteen years later for my husband and I. I am having regular periods now but have failed to get pregnant for the last year and half. I am now 37 and am wondering is it too late now to give my husband his own child? Does anyone out there have any advice for me on getting pregnant with PCOS and being of older bearing age?

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Mar September 9, 2012 at 7:45 pm

Hi Ladies

I was diagnosed with PCOS last month (Aug’12)

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maria September 11, 2012 at 11:32 pm

i’m 24 diagnosed with pcos. i’ve been trying to get pregnant over this past 4 months and nothing. i cant take the medications i’m suppose to because my liver is not working very well. i dont know what to do anymore. i keep thinking i’m pregnant, buy a couple of ept test and negative. i really really hope i get pregnant soon or later..i just want a family.

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jean September 13, 2012 at 6:18 pm

Hi
i have pcos and my husband got a low sperm count and we have being trying for a baby for the past year.am really scared that we will never be able to have kids cos am nt getting any younger.i hope things really work for the both of us cos all i want is a family

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Toni September 26, 2012 at 6:23 pm

Jean,
My husband had a low sperm count and I was still able to get pregnant last year! I also have PCOS, too. It just takes careful planning with a specialist (reproductive endocrinologist), etc; but don’t be scared because I’m living proof that it is possible! Hang in there!

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Lina September 16, 2012 at 8:45 am

Hi, I am 30yrs F, married for more than 3 years. I have anterior subserous fibroid measuring 3.4 x 2.6 cms. I am 88 Kg/5″3′. I have always been overweight. On my Doctor’s advice I am having Glyciphage SR 500 (Metformin) for blood sugar and Seloken XL 50 mg (metoprolol tartrate) for hypertension for last 9 months. My Glucose levels are 95 on fasting. My BP is around 130/80. I regularly exercise for 1 hr and is on a healthy diet. Now I want to start a family and have read that the effects of Seloken XL and Glyciphage and there are not positive. I want to reduce the dosage and phase out when I am conceiving. What is your advice ?

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Jackie Powers January 21, 2013 at 5:52 am

Stay on the metformin it will help you conceive and you’re supposed to stay on it till your first trimester is done at least that’s what my dr said. I got pregnant with my second son while on metformin and stayed on it till my second trimester and had a great pregnancy! Make sure you get a dr who knows pcos and infertility. I was prescribed clomid to ovulate and metformin to help with blood sugar, also getting ultrasounds of ovaries to see when egg drops, also keep weight down and sugar out of it. Be careful of some fruits because they have a lot of sugar such as over ripened bananas!

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Kylie September 18, 2012 at 11:39 pm

My husband and I have been trying to have a baby for about 2 1/2-3 years now and about 2 years ago I was diagnosed with pcos but i don’t have the cysts like so many others which I find odd. My doctor has put me on metformin and I have lost about 40-50 pounds and have been eating healthier and quit smoking and still nothing. My husband quit smoking and started a healthy diet too. We had his sperm count done and everything is okay with him. Is there something I can do to help get pregnant. We keep trying but 3 years in is really discouraging.

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Christina October 22, 2012 at 7:48 pm

I have the same issue (the diagnosis of pcos and lack of cysts on my ovaries) and I thought it was odd too. I was told it can be a clinical diagnosis by a few people. My husband and I have been trying for 5 months now and my gyn doesn’t know what is going on. I just went for labwork to see what my hormone levels are on day 3 and then on day 23/24, I will see what my progesterone level is. I have days where I seem to lose hope, but don’t give up. Find people whom you trust that can support you a long the way.

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Melissa December 14, 2012 at 11:46 am

My husband and I have been married for almost 10 years. We have seen several specialists and they say to me, “You are textbook PCOS.” I was diagnosed at 16 with PCOS and put on birth control. After 2 years, I was done with it. I usually have 1-2 periods a year. Some years I may have 4-5, not sure why.
After 2 years of marriage and trying to get pregnant, I tried Clomid and after a year of trial and error with it, I never once ovulated on it. I was an emotional basket case (Clomid side effects didn’t help either). So we stopped the fertility stuff. Being newly weds and watching all of our friends and family have babies was heart-wrenching for me. The stress of having to check your temp each day, planning sex, and the disappointing dr. visits, in addition to daily life and work, probably didn’t help us conceive.
To this day, my husband and I have never done anything to prevent a pregnancy. After 9 1/2 years of no luck of getting pregnant, I have accepted that I may never conceive and I am okay with it. However, we are going to give Clomid 1 final chance to help us get pregnant. We have decided that if it happens, it happens. It’s what God has dealt for us. We can always adopt in order to have our family.
Because PCOS doesn’t go away, the older I get, the more concerned I am with the research of the health risks of women with PCOS. There is so much more to PCOS than just infertility such as increased risks of ovarian and cervical cancer as well as diabetes. (I am not saying “infertility” symptom is not important) I am blessed that I am healthy at this point in my life, even having PCOS.

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Rebecca December 19, 2012 at 10:47 pm

Melissa,
I was recently diagnosed with PCOS and the fertility doctor told me no more Chlomid! It can cause chemical reactions in the body that will actually kill sperm after intercourse. There are alternatives to Chlomid that help ovulation, but without the side effects of Chlomid….probably worth considering. Also, have you looked into Metformin for PCOS? Worth researching!

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Linda January 17, 2013 at 12:03 am

I too am considered “textbook” PCOS. My periods are virtually non-existant. My husband and I had been trying to conceive for 3 years before we went to a fertility specialist. We did several rounds of Clomid (increasing dose each time) and I did not even ovulate once on it. Then we switched to another oral med called Femara. The first round of Femara, I produced a follicle and ovulated. 14 days later, found out I was pregnant! I am now 9 weeks and everything is going as planned-no complications. Ask your doctor about Femara!

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Stacy September 26, 2012 at 3:13 pm

Hello ladies. I was diagnosed with pcos 3 years ago after a life long random period cycle. Talking 3 months with out a period. Before the doc always said it was because of my athletics but those days are gone and still no regular cycle. I understand I am the rare at almost 30 5’9 130lbs. I still don’t feel like I fit the diagnoses but have been trying for a baby for 2 years w/o luck. One miscarriage along the way. Suggestions and support are appreciated.

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Toni September 26, 2012 at 6:18 pm

Stacy,
The odd thing about PCOS is that women may have some or all of the symptoms of PCO with the main one being an irregular period or no ovulation. You should definitely consult with a reproductive endocrinologist to come up with a plan to regulate your periods and restore regular ovulation. There are several treatment option out there but start with the RE first. I’ve had 4 miscarriages and recently lost baby number 5 due to a placenta abruption at 32 weeks. We plan to try again soon for another. I’m 31 5’9 with only being 15 lbs overweight. (baby weight I can’t get rid of) I work out because I’m active duty AF. I also take Metformin which has helped regulate my cycle. I got pregnant with my first dose of Clomid last June. It can happen for you believe me!

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Sarah November 4, 2012 at 4:40 pm

I am also thin (5’7″ and 115 lbs) and diagnosed with PCOS because of cysts and irregular periods. Metformin/glucophage helped to regulate my periods. It is really hard on your stomach (at least for me), but after a few months it isn’t so bad. I would suggest going to a reproductive endocrinologist. Mine had me try Femera (I think that is the correct spelling). The first month I tried it I ovulated and got pregnant! We had been trying for about nine months prior to that. Sadly I lost that baby at 22 wks due to incompetent cervix. Btw, the incompetent cervix is unrelated to the PCOS. So 3 months after losing that baby we went back to Reproductive Endocrinologist and got pregnant the first month again! Don’t lose hope! Things were a little more complicated, I had to have shots, needed to have a minor surgery to remove scar tissue from the first pregnancy, needed a cerclage (because of the incompetent cervix), and was on pelvic rest the whole pregnancy (aka no sex!), but I would do it all again in a heartbeat. Find a good reproductive endocrinologist.

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Fel December 30, 2012 at 2:23 pm

I am taking Metformin and it is very hard on my stomach. Sometimes I am not sure if I can leave the house. I am glad to hear some good reports about it though.
Thanks

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Sarah November 4, 2012 at 5:06 pm

Femara is the correct spelling of the drug I took to induce ovulation.

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akay May 15, 2013 at 1:27 pm

I was first diagnosed with pcos when I was 14, doc. put me on yaz, I did not like that so they tried yazmin did not like that either. So I quit altogether. on both meds my periods would last from 2 to 7 days to 6 months straight. then when I quit I had my period for 9 months then stopped for a yr. I went to different doctors and did regular check-up. two days b4 my 18 birthday I had a laproscopic surgery and they said I had endometriosis not pcos. I did not have insurance after that for a long while and did not go to the doctor. my symptoms for endometriosis were irregular periods, pain during everything, (sex, periods, certain times of the day each day), Fatigue and digestive problems(both extremes). I also had other symptoms like unwanted hair, weight fluctuation, tender areas on certain parts of my body, lower stomach bloating, and as I got older I got more emotional especially when people would say “now It is your turn”. I was with the same guy for eight years we recently got a married, a house, new cars, had everything we wanted except for a baby. I always thought, even with this problem, I would have one by now. I did have some positive pregnancy test two different time years apart and had a very heavy, clotting and painful menstruation. I thought I miscarried. last one right b4 I got married and thought I was pregnant when I got married an lost it the weekend of my wedding. I got some insurance and recently went to a fertility specialist and he said I have all my eggs and they look great but I have endometriosis AND Pcos and that is why my symptoms were a little bit of both one was keeping the other one in check. pcos was also the “false positive pregnancy test” and the endo was why I bled so much. I am not a classic case physically for pcos b/c I am 5’4″ and 130lbs (on good days) to 140lbs. but my ovaries could be on the front page of the magazine for it. my husband is great everything like it should be! Dr. is putting me on metformin, and 5 other pills and a DNC then we will see what happens from there, but I have heard good things about metformin for pregnancy and he is confident it will help me. but makes u feel like you have the flu til your body gets use to it. I know a girl that JUST got pregnant with it. I have not started taking it yet, as soon as they come in, I am looking forward to it if it results in what I want before I turn 30, I am 25 now and the earlier you get fertility help the better it worsens in time!! and everyone else in my family and friends have had children by now and it is very devastating to think I will not be able to birth a child! worse than that not Being able to give my husband one “of his own”

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Chanel June 10, 2013 at 4:03 pm

Hi Akay I too have pcos and have tried to get pregnant for years. Took several cycles of Clomid amongst other fertility treatment. I had two miscarriages which devastated me, as I watched all my friends and family around me have babies. Finally I dropped the fertility treatment and started to do a little research. I ran across and article (via google) where a woman stated that she began to take Selenium everyday along with dieting and ended up getting pregnant.. I felt it was worth a try so I went on a low carb and no dairy (read a low dairy diet was helpful) diet and went to Walgreen and bought a bottle of Selenium (finest natural was the brand) I took one pill (200mcg) a day. I continued to diet and prayed A LOT. Believe it or not just like the girl who’s article I read, I found out I was pregnant the next month. I now have a two year old healthy, beautiful little girl. I always said I wanted to share my experience with someone and your story touched me so I guess u are that one. All I can say is its worth a try, it worked for me. Wishing you nothing. But the best…. Don’t forget to pray, it changes things.

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POOJA October 11, 2012 at 11:53 am

I HAVE PCOS AND I CAN NOT PREDNANCY

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Kim October 25, 2012 at 5:00 pm

Hello everybody I am 22 years old and was diagnosed with PCOS 6 months ago. I have done my second ultra sound last week which confirms it. I spoke to my gyno about pregnancy and he advises that I have sex 10 days after the first day of my period and after 3 months i should come back if nothing happens. I have only missed my period feb and march of this year provera for abt 5 days my period came and as been coming from that time each month. My main concern is should I start trying to conceive from now being that I know of the condition are should i put it off?

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Kim October 25, 2012 at 5:07 pm

I should also add that I have been having unprotected sex for a awhile i too am tried of taking pregnancy test ad seeing a negative. My question is how do u kno when ur ovulating

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Kyleigh November 3, 2012 at 11:54 pm

Hello,
I have always had an abnormal period since I starting getting it. When I first started going to the obgyn they said it is because I was active(age 14-20) so I just went of that as to why me period would only come every 3-6 months. Around 22 I went to the hospital for stomach pain and during a MRI they found a cyst on my ovary. I followed up with the doc and he said it is normal and put me on birth control. I do not do well on birth control because Italy’s me overly emotional so about after 6 months I quit. ( it also didn’t help regulate my periods anyways). Well at 28 I went back to the hospital for stomach pains and they found a cyst again with an MRI. With this follow up It had lead me to getting the cyst surgically removed( looks like a had a c-section) during all the visitsy doc tolde I had PCOS. he did not explain to me what it was, how severe my case is( he never prescribed me to any medication for it) as he wa walking out the door after one of my appointments he said it may be hard for me to conceive and when I’m ready to come talk to him. After the surgery and having the grapefruit sized cyst removed I have had a regular period. I don’t think I haveany symptoms of pcos from what I have read other than the previous abnormal cycle, and extra hair growth(luckily which I not on my face, and I have always thought I unfortunately got that gene from my fathers side because they are all hairy haha). Well shortly after the augers I met the love of my life an for a year now we have been having not so safe sex but I have not gotten pregnant. Can someone tell me more than my doctor did. Is it a good sign that I am getting a regular cycle now an just haven’t gotten lucky maybe? I do not have medical insurance as of now so I can afford my doctors expensive not so helpful advice. Please help I’m so sick of crying because I’m not pregnant every time damn Aunt Flo visits.

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Kyleigh November 3, 2012 at 11:55 pm

Side note: as in active I meant athletic in my first sentence.

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Tutu November 4, 2012 at 3:11 pm

Right from puberty I haven’t had regular periods.i got pregnant when I was 18 after having unprotected sex for just 3months I then had an abortion thinking that it would be so easy to get pregnant when I really wanted it.i av been married for 2years now and haven’t been able to get pregnant.i have been on metformin for a year now and periods have regularized.i just missed a period this month and I am hoping and praying I am pregnant and not just the pcos sign again.i hope to share my good news soonest.God help us all.

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Chloe November 5, 2012 at 4:15 pm

I am 21 and have been diagnosed with polysistic ovaries for a few years. My periods come once a year maybe twice if I’m lucky, I have continued to gain weight. I would really recommend trying reflexology, I had it done and 2 days later had a period followed by 3 regular monthly periods which was amazing! I am now on metformin slow release since seeing an endroconologist i tried the normal metformin but my tummy didn’t agree these are much better! and have been given tablets to take every 3 months if I do not have a natural period as it sheds a line from your womb to prevent absent periods causing problems.

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jenna November 8, 2012 at 2:44 pm

hi there i have pcos n i wanna get pregnant as i am married n wanna start a family but i keep being told that i need to loose 2 stone so that they can start treatment but thats easy said then done cuz with this illness ur always putting on weight….. is there anyone out there who can help us please as its frustrating knowing that i cnt get pregnant i really wanna start a family now…….. i have my next appointment in january which they said if i havent lost this weight then they will discharge me WHAT CAN I DO SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME……… thanks

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Erin November 13, 2012 at 1:57 pm

It is truly heartbreaking to see all of these posts and all of the infertility from pcos. I very much understand the frustration of it all. I was diagnosed after trying to conceive for a year. Took another year on top of that, but I finally got pregnant. I have a healthy 19 mo old daughter. I ended up having to do some extensive fertility though. AFter multiple tries w/ Clomid, insemination, and shots I ended up having to do IVF (invetro fertilization). It can get very expensive to do these fertility treatments, but there are many steps in getting pregnant w/ pcos way before IVF. I know the low sugar diet is difficult to do, but it really does make a difference. Also getting on metformin/glucophage is important as well. Getting your sugar levels down, regulates your insulin and in turn regulates your hormones to help you have regular periods and start ovulating. Something to remember is that you’re not alone in this fight. There are so many woman going through the same thing, and there are ways to get pregnant. I am currently trying again. I actually got pregnant on my own and made it 10 wks and had a miscarriage. I’ve since used my 2 frozen eggs, w/ no luck. I’m keeping my head up though. Trying to stay busy with my life and trying not to put my everything into getting pregnant. It can start to break you down and take a toll on your relationship if you let it. Stay strong girls. It’s not always in your control but God has a plan for you. Hang in there.

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junaida November 20, 2012 at 2:31 am

im 22 years old and married before one year.iam consult a doctor before 6 month because of stomach pain and irregular period.after scanning she told me you hav pcos that may cause ur irregularityuy and pain?but after one month i gett pregnancy and iam so happy.unfortunately doctor said lack of growth and it was aborted.again after 2 month geting pregnancy,that was also same complaint and aborted.how i can getting healthy pregnancy.

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T November 21, 2012 at 9:49 pm

I have been trying for a year and a half. Sick of being fobbed off by gp hate them so much. I have been told so many stories. You will get pregnant by the end of the year, your having to much sex, then Im not having it enough OMG!!! I told them I think I have pcos. I have vile hair on my face like a MAN, I am sick of plucking it out. Massive huge clumpy periods, pains I have never had before, I even went to the stage of having two periods a month then 40 days with out, then small ones in the next month its been awful. My gp started to do certain tests but will not test for pcos and personally think they are rubbish. I followed the nhs instructions of seeing a gp before I try and they told me to come back when was pregnant!! What going on for goodness sake.

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jess January 9, 2013 at 3:13 pm

Hi my name is jessica and pcos and endometris runs in my family and it sounds like you may have endometris, and if you dont feel comfortable with your doctor or the answers to ur questions, i would look into finding a new doc as well, good luck too you.

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Hillary December 1, 2012 at 4:32 pm

Hey,
I feel for all u out there I was told I had PCOS when I was 16. I always had heavy periods n really bad cramps. I lost alot of weight and I got pregnant when I was 28 had a beautiful baby girl the only thing is 3 yrs later I want another baby but I am 80lbs bigger I know if I lose the weight I will get pregnant just to much work.

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Fel December 6, 2012 at 4:24 pm

I just found out yesterday my doctor said I have pcos and I can relate to you all. Especially the plucking and the trying to conceive for a year and half. Glad to hear the success for those of you who have a beautiful baby. I;m hoping to get there in the next month or two by IUI.
Today I am home suffering from lactic acidosis side effects from one of the meds I’m taking. NOT FUN! The things we do for the hopes of becoming a mommy.
Have a bless day.

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Kendra December 12, 2012 at 5:31 pm

I’ve had irregular periods my entire life. I was officially diagnosed with PCOS when I was 29, shortly after getting married. I was never “pressed” to have kids and neither was my husband. My OBGYN suggested fertility treatments, meds to induce ovulation, etc but I wasn’t ready at the time and didn’t pursue. Fast fwd I’m now 33 and I’ve been feeling weird lately so I took a home pregnancy test as I have plenty of times before and it was positive. I was shocked so I bought another test (2 pack) and took both and both were positive (this is today 12/12/12). I made a Dr.’s appt tomorrow at 11am just to be sure. With God, all things are possible. Even when science tells you no, God can say yes. Now I don’t know what this means for my husband and I but I have the faith of a mustard seed and I know we will be ok whatever happens.

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Fel December 30, 2012 at 2:14 pm

Congratulations Kendra, I know it will be an extraordinary journey.
And thank you for your life giving word of faith! I too believe with God all things are possible! It helps to have encouragement along the way. I am praying for this sickness feeling to go away. My husband jokes that I’m in training for morning sickness, but i told him wont to be the exception of having morning sickness.
God is good!
Have a bless day Kendra.

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Fiona December 22, 2012 at 6:02 pm

Hi there ladies I thought I’d do some research and share my story to… I have always suffered irregulAr periods since I was 13! I did actually fall pregnant at 16 and gave birth to my son at 17. I was diagnosed with pcos when I was 18 and told it would be very unlikely i would fall naturally again as my ovaries were pretty damaged I accepted that fact and went on to have a few relationships in the past 9 year and nothing ever happened. I met a man who I am now marrying next year and guess what i am actually 14 weeks pregnant and everything is healthy we didn’t try for our baby as such was a case of what will be will be :-) the confusing bit is… I’d missed a period and for a full month we were doing test after test when I finally got a positive we thought at the time we were 14 weeks but after a scan and a huge shock I was actually only 7 weeks…. Don’t give up hope ladies there’s a baby waiting to be born in each n every one of us sufferers :-) I wish you all the luck in the universe :-) xxx

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Shimz December 24, 2012 at 2:48 pm

I was diagnosed with pcos and i have been married for 3 months. I have taken no medication for pcos but have been taking folic acid and have fallen pregnant. So within three months of trying. It is possible without all these medications. Take folic acid or pregnacare conception. I took one packet of these tablets. One a day. Once they finished i started takin folic acid. I am now 5 weeks pregnant. I cried when i found out. Thought it was going to take me years. So be patient. It will happen. I wish you luck. Also just incase it helped in my first month of trying we had sex two or three times a week. An nothing. The same the next month. The third month i had sex after my period ended the fouth day of my period. Then when my ovulation was due twice around tht time then once a week after. So we didnt do it alot and it happened.

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Fel December 30, 2012 at 2:18 pm

It’s great to hear all the praise reports. It makes me feel better as my husband and I go through this journey, because I know you ladies can relate to the roller coaster of emotions, meds and doctor appointments
Keep the the testimonies coming. I will be checking in more often now to be encouraged.

Feltina

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Sharmayne January 4, 2013 at 11:36 pm

Well I was diagnosed with PCOS when I was 21 I had never had regular periods all my life well I got married in August and my husband and I have been trying to have a baby ever sence and no success I was always told that bcoming pregnant was not going to be easy but I tell you when you really trying for your self it hurts so much to see all the negative test results. I thought that by some mericle my luck wol finally change but still no success. I am now taking metformin and today my doctor perscribed me Clomid so I will be starting my first round soon but I don’t want to get my hopes up because I am always disapointed. I feel like I have been cursed or that I’m being punished for something and I just don’t understand why! If there is any advice that anyone could give me it would be great. I really need the ecouragement plese help me.

Sharmayne

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Jackie January 8, 2013 at 3:29 pm

Hi ladies! I am 32 and was told I had pcos AFTER the birth of my daughter. Shortly after giving birth, I put back on all of the birth weight(and I gained too much)! I have never had a regular period bit was never diagnosed until after I had my child. Being an only child myself, it is a major goal in my life to have another child. I was put on metformin and bc pills to get my body “back together”. My child is now 6 and I’m ready to have another child. I get a monthly period although I think something is not quite right. I have also had 2 surgeries on my cervix. So if I do become pregnant, I will have to be closely monitored. I have no insurance at the moment, but when I am able to join my husbands plan I will.
My question to you ladies is this:
What type of doctor should I first see about becoming pregnant? I have also just moved to another state and have to find myself a new ob/gyn and pcp. Whom would you trust more for this first meeting? I might not be able to afford the reproductive specialist, so probably need to go with ob/gyn or pcp.

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Tabbi February 19, 2013 at 10:38 pm

Jackie…I was recently diagnosed with PCOS (about 4 or 5 months ago but think I have had it for a while had 2 miscarriages in 07). I am seeing an endocrinologist. He is is not a reproductive specialist but he put me on metformin to regulate my period and the first month I was taking it it worked. Ever since my periods have been like clock work and I have never had a regular period, also in last 2 yrs went to having period every 2 or 3 months. Am now in my 4th or 5th month on metformin and well I am 2 days late. Took a pt at a clinic today and it was negative but was told I may not be at the end of my cycle yet so it maybe to early. I have done a lot of research tonight and have found out that PCOS can cause false negatives on pts and metformin can help you get pregnant as well as when taken during first trimester reduce the risk of miscarriage which is higher in women with PCOS. Now I dont know for a hundred percent fact that PCOS can cause false negative tests but have read about a lot of women with PCOS getting false negatives and not getting a positive til theyre into the 2nd or 3rd month. I hope some of this helps you. I also think that if you cant afford to see an endocrinologist because of no insurance an ob/gyn would probably be the better choice when deling with PCOS and ttc.

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Lori January 10, 2013 at 5:31 pm

I’ve been diagnosed with PCOS for 2.5 years now. Iam on Metformim, Aldactone, and Lo-estrin FE. When my husband and I started to try for a baby, I started having seizures while off the B.C. meds and before I was diagnoses with PCOS. No neurologist can tell me if the PCOS and seizures are correlated together. Once getting back on the B.C. pills, I have not had a seizure. I never had them before. Any ladies have this happen?

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ifeoma January 11, 2013 at 5:40 pm

Am married since 2010, had miscarriage 18th feb the same year and since then my menses stopped, I latter went for fertility treatment last year April and got pregnant but it turned out to be ectopic pregnancy and surgery was carried out on me on 18may 2012 and one of my Fallopian tube was removed,since then no period. Please have anyone gone through this experience or know anyone who has and still have children,i need encouragement.

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Fel January 13, 2013 at 9:25 am

Dont give up Sharmayne, God will give you the desires of your heart. I know the ups and downs can be rough but in the end it will be all worth it. I’ve learned to face each test, each blood work with an open mind expectation to control the emotional roller coaster and keep trying.

Jackie,
Once you get on your husbands insurance make sure you get check for infertility benefits, and MAKE SURE YOU CHOOSE THE LOWEST DEDUCTIBLE. You will pay more monthly but it’s worth it and less stressful financially up front. After your pregnancy and I am praying you will have a baby as I am praying for myself, Adjust your insurance by changing your deductible back down.

As far your doctor find the best infertility doctor in your area and ask which OB he refers. THEN check if they are in your insurance network, IF NOT, get the second best infertility doctor and follow the same process. ANOTHER THING, check if the doctors lab is in your network TOO.
And call your insurance’s infertility dept. so get a breakdown of ALL your IF benefits and authorizations you will need.

I know because we racked up some bills our first year. :/
I now have a IF doctor in Irvine Orange county CA, Frank Yellien who is considered the best along with Lawrence Werlin. Dr. Werlin’s lab was not in my network so I went with Dr Yellian.

Ifeoma, I was six weeks when I fell in a chair that I did not know was broken. I had to take a year off because my a concussion and physical trauma causing my periods to stop :/ Even though I am a strong believer in my Lord and Savior counseling really helped me a lot. No one truly knows how one feels after such tragic and emotional events. However, the fact that we are still moving forward says more than enough. Don’t give up Ifeoma.

May the promise of the Lord, to give us the desires of our heart be fulfilled for all of US.

Feltina

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Fel January 13, 2013 at 9:31 am

Lori, your body may had a reaction to everything that your doing. I get nauseous out of the blue and want to vomit. I had sever stomach issues as well but my body made the adjustments and I’m doing better. Hopefully your body is doing the same and your on your way to getting pregnant!

ALSO LADIES, KEEPING A JOURNAL LOG OF EVERYTHING YOU DO AND YOUR OWN MEDICAL FILE BECOMES VERY HELPFUL.
GET TO KNOW YOUR BODY! ASK WHY ABOUT EVERYTHING THE DOCTOR SAYS TO DO.

okay, have a bless day.

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Amber Lamb January 29, 2013 at 10:03 pm

When I was 16 the told me I had PCOS and I was put on thyroid meds and metformin and when I was 19/20 I stopped taking my meds but now I just got back on them and I’m trying to get pregnant and I’m not sure if I am or not I keep having weird pains in my stomach and lower abdomen and it kinda hurts and I’ve been nauseous but no throwing up and I have been having very vivid dreams too..so idk what it is

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Antoinette February 2, 2013 at 6:24 pm

Has anyone gotten fertility pills without a doctor?

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teresa February 19, 2013 at 6:36 pm

hi im 23 and last year i got diagnosed with pcos ive had irregular or no periods since i was 16 i kept goin to the doctor and they never did anything i never thoughtr it was pcos. i piled on the weight and struggle to lose much me and my partner been unpretected for 7years and ive had nothing my doctor put me on 500mg of metaformin 3 times a day within 2weeks i had a 1st period in 2years i couldnt believe it but still no positive test im so scared that with my pcos been untreated for 6years that the damage is too bad my partner getting scared as he 32 and wants kids asap as he aint getting any younger i work but dont make much i was thinking of going to see a specialist with my partner but i dont no if its a costly thing. if anyone has got help or advice can you please help me out

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Kate March 15, 2013 at 4:57 am

I’m 22 and was diagnosed with pcos at 19 and I was heart broken! Since being diagnosed I’d say I have had 12 periods but towards the back end of 2012 became more reg, in jan this year I found out I was pregnant, I hadn’t been trying and it was a huge surprise! I had lost some weight but still a size 16-18, I’m
Now 15 weeks and I’m scared everyday due to the miscarrige rate with pcos, it makes it hard fore to enjoy my pregnancy, there is hope
For pcos sufferers I thought I’d never be mummy and now I’m half way there nearly! So fingers crossed all goes well! When I have been for my scans I have mentioned pcos and been told each time
No cysts appear on my ovaries so a little weight loss does help!

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Diala March 22, 2013 at 12:39 am

Hi ladies,
anyone tried injections like Puregon to induce ovulation.
I tried Clomid for 3 cycles but nothing so now moved to injectables :(

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Bethany March 24, 2013 at 4:50 pm

I am concerned that I won’t be able to have kids. I am adopted and my aunt had 12 miscarriages before having 2 healthy children and my mom had 1 miscarriage, me and my brother, then 3 kids very premature (4 months before they were due). I gained a lot of weight lost 20 lbs then gained 30 again since sept. when I went to see my friend in sept and had sex with him. I showed signs of pregnancy right after and talked to him then began having a lot of bleeding (5 times a month). Im scared and not sure what to do. I am on nuva ring right now and havent had any bleeding since…

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Hannah April 21, 2013 at 8:54 am

Hi, I’m 21 and have never had a “regular” period. They seem to happen every month, just not on the right day. But sometimes I go 2 or 3 months without having one. Like now for instance, my last period was on 8th March and last year i missed December, January and bad it early February. I’m not in a relationship at the moment but when I have a partner I desperately want kids. I also have body and some facial hair although the latter is hardly noticeable. Could this perhaps mean that I have PCOS, or is it just me being worried. I can’t easily go to the doctor because I have Cerebral Palsy so that’s why I’m asking here. Also does my still being a virgin have anything to do with the lack of periods. I’ve always been a fussy eater but do eat fruit and vegetables every day.

Thanks in advance.

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stephanie April 24, 2013 at 12:10 am

I have pcos. I was 30 years old before I became pregnant. I weighed around 200 lost down to 150 and became pregnant 6 months later.

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Andrea May 9, 2013 at 4:46 pm

Hey

I have known I have had pcos for many years and have never had my periods come every month some times id miss up to six months.. will I started to have regular periods from september till march so 7 months i had a normal period but in march I had one march 5th-9th and it was very light then i had another march 23ed-27th and it was normal according to my doc i was supposed to have my period april 19th and i am now late.. i had taken a pregnancy test at the hospital the 18th of april and it was negative .. i was wondering if i should take another test because i have a few sings too or wait a little longer then test or get a blood test? please i need to know if i should have any hope or stop thinking about it because every time I see a negative test it kills me please anything to help would be great!
thanks

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Nichole May 27, 2013 at 8:40 pm

Hello I’m Nichole, i am 34 and have had PCOS I was young first starting my periods. I can go a year or more without a period. I DESPERATLY want a child, I have since I was a child , it is very much heart wrenching to go through this. I’ve been on clomid and metformin. Now I’m trying ‘Forever Blessed’ I have been on it for 2 weeks and just started my period. I feel really good about this herbal pill, and so far suggest to anyone struggling. I pray that all of you get blessed with a little angel.. Oh this herb I bought from AMAZON.com u can google it and probably get it off there website. Good luck ladies.. And ill keep you informed.

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Teresa May 28, 2013 at 1:03 pm

I am 20 and age 14 I was told I had pcos. I have never had a regular period. I have been trying to concieve for a little over a year now and still nothing. I have no medical insurance as we speak so going to the dr gets costly.. what should I do?

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Louise June 6, 2013 at 4:48 pm

It’s really refreshing to know that the are some sucess stories out there. I have PCOS and on my second month of clomid. It really gets me down not being able to give our little unit a baby, especially when you see people who take the magical gift of a child for granted. We have been trying for over a year, which I know in the grand scheme of things isn’t long, but it feels like a lifetime! Has anyone had sucess stories whilst being on clomid?

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lauren June 11, 2013 at 6:55 pm

hi im 22 iv recently been to gp for blood tests for pcos iv now been referd for a ultrasound to be taken place in te next 2weeks they say , iv never had regular periods as a teen i was put on the contraceptive pill to regulate i have caught pregnant before and never had any problems due pegnancy apart from alot of weight gain since giving birth iv hardly shifted a stone after gaining 5stone this is my main concern aswell as could i have any more children

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Kay June 17, 2013 at 11:22 pm

Hi I’m 35 and was diagnosed in Feb 2013 by my fertility endocrinologist. Prior to diagnosis I suffered 3 miscarriages, 2 was in the same year. My doctor immediately out on Metformin, extended release, and told me to exercise, loose weight and cut back on the carbs/sweets. She basically said that I was at risk of being a diabetic. I’m not morbid obese but I was overweight. I signed up to a gym, exercised 3 times a week and lost 15 pounds in 2-3 months. On June of 2012 while still on Metformin , we got pregnant!!!she kept me on for the first trimester only. March 2013 I had a healthy 8lb 11oz baby girl. I did not have gestational diabetes during prehnancy as they assumed. I had a relatively easy pregnancy, outside of heartburn. And delivered her vaginally in 4 hours. PLEASE DON’T GIVE UP HOPE LADIES. After 3 miscarriages I was devastated and depressed. I thought it would never happen and it did. My doctor was great she was honest and she kept me encouraged the whole time. I hope my story encourages you to not give up!!

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Miranda July 29, 2013 at 2:24 pm

Hello ladies,

I’m currently 20 years old. In October of 2011 my family doctor told me that it is highly possible that I have PCOS. He put me on Spironolactone to decrease the amount of testosterone in my body to regulate my periods and fight the body hair. I have excess facial/chin hair, excess body hair, still fighting acne primarily along my jawline, and my boyfriend and I have been TTC for over 12 months now with no luck. My periods are regular for the most part, never missed one. They come generally around the same day each month (give or take a day or two). Fairly heavy flow with sometimes intense cramps. Mid-cycle I have cramps primarily on one side or the other. I have an appointment with my gynecologist Wednesday July 31st for a checkup and would like to know where you all think I should go from here?

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Kay June 17, 2013 at 11:24 pm

I was diagnosed Feb 2012…. Correction

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taylor October 28, 2013 at 2:22 am

hi I found out I have pcos almst a year now but seem I have it forever I’m 21 now I’m engage and my partner keeps asking for a baby I currently runing blood test and my dr did ultra sound and saw many cyst on my ovaries so I’m feeling lost my sister is 16 and has a baby and my bro 19 has one on the way plus my partner is already planning our future with lots of kids I told him of my condition and this even made him more persistent and I’m so scared of taking the medication that can help us have a baby because Ive read about miscarriages and I am not a strong person and I’m easily depressed

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Kay November 13, 2013 at 10:13 pm

Stay positive stay encouraged and seek a fertility endocrinologist. They are covered by insuance. My obgyn did no diagnose me she referred me to the FE and I took metformin and got pregnant. Don’t loose hope!

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trish December 12, 2013 at 1:03 am

I was diagnosed with PCOS about 4 years ago. My periods started when I was 13 and they were always abnormal and then in my mid to late teens they were irregular but every month and then when I was in my early 20′s I noticed massive weight gain like 50-60lbs or so thats when I noticed my periods starting to become even more irregular. And then none at all I went 6 months without a period and the doctor put me ona medication to start my period. And then I was on birth control and metformin and now my periods have stopped again its been about 5 or 6 months with no period and I’m not pregnant. I hate dealing with this PCOS stuff. I’m calling my doctor tomorrow and I’m going to talk to her to see if there is anything else she can do to help me. I have seriously thought about a historectomy.

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