when I started my period at 12 I had very heavy, irregular, and painful periods so we went to my doc and started doing tests. come to find out I have Polycystic ovary syndrome. now that I'm 19 in starting to wonder if I'm going to be able to have kids. I got pregnant in feb 2012 and miscarried at 9w4d but my body didn't start to miscarry on it's own. I went in on what would of been 12w which was the earliest app I could get. the fetus didn't attach to my uterus. so i did a suppository to help my body out. I'm wondering if it has to do with the pcos. we have been having unprotected sex since I had my third regular period like the obgyn said and they didn't say anything unusual about my body or situation. I've been doing a lot of research on infertility, miscarriages, Polycystic ovary syndrome, and anything else I can do to try to figure something out. just looking for a little support and am wondering what I should tell my boyfriend. he doesn't know about all the research I've been doing or what the majority of it says which isn't very good to say the least.View Thread
I just need to say how I feel. on my 18th birthday April 18th 2012 I went in for my first baby app. after I passed their pregnancy test I was told I was about 12 weeks and went through all kinds of stuff we went to check the baby's heartbeat..well there wasnt one so we rushed down for an emergency ultrasound to find out that I had miscarried at about 9weeks 3days. this turned my world upside down I was so excited to be pregnant! the doctor told me not to try until I had 3 regular periods(which took like 5 months) And we have been having unprotected sex ever since but I have not gotten pregnant again. I hate seeing everyone on Facebook posting pictures about their babies and untra sounds when I cant even do the one thing that women should be able to do. I just needed to vent because I don't really have anyone to talk to it about that understands. View Thread
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