went to a clinic in my area i got the 3rd diagnosis that my weight is an issue in conceiving which i did not want to believe at first. I was told i am healthy and infertility is not an option right now because of my young age of 23 and being able to regulate my weight. I was prescribed medroxyprogestrone acetate for 10 days i was told it will help regulate my period and to start with conceiving. What is the next step after my ten days?? I am not understanding the full reasoning for this medication/View Thread
my weight is too high and it is mostly in my stomach area. I was curious that i was not able to conceive the doctors i have seen have said at my young age i can change my weight easily and have to try conceiving for at least a year before i think of being infertile.View Thread
to was prescribed the medroxyprogesterone for 10 days and am trying to conceive my periods in past have been lasting more than ten days and was told the meds would "reset" my cycle.. how successful is this medicationView Thread
am having a similar case and have recently gained weight in stomach area.. i do have slight facial hair but always considered it hereditary.. have asked questions with clinicians and they advise to lose weight or relieve stress.. we are trying to conceive and its gets stressful when i have periods longer than 7 days and they seem to come less than every 28 daysView Thread
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