Hi. I was diagnosed with a mild case is PCOS at the age of 16.. i don't get periods and it is hard for me to lose weight and have little facial hair..
Baby #1: I was 19 and had been on birth control for 3 years but missed a few pills and got pregnant with my now 5 year old daughter. Got a C SECTION. Got MIRENA after I had my daughter and kept it for the full 5 years.
Baby #2: took my IUD out and have been trying for a couple months to have a baby. i have not had a period this whole time but i am not pregnant... So my Ob/Gyn is starting me on provera and clomid.... I am a little scared of what might be wrong but am hopeful I get pregnant on this first round.
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