I am 38 mother of an 18 and 6 year old & currently and on the pill. My husband and I would like to conceive but I need to wait till I get shoulder surgery and rehabilitate from that. Questions: How soon after that may I get off the pill and begin trying? Second question, do I need to do a detox of all the meds I'm on as well due to pain and imflammation...etc?? Also, does having cysts on my ovaries affect the chances or eggs? Thank you!View Thread
Thank you Dr. Walmer for your reply. I grately appreciate it. The shoulder injury is work related, therefore, I am dealing with worker's comp and at their mercy so to speak. We are still waiting for the surgery to be approved and have recently acquired an attorney to move this along hopefully. It has nearly been a year since my injury and it has been a long and painful and stressful road in every regard with WC. If it were up to me, I would have started trying to conceive a long time ago. It is in God's hands for me, may I have His favor. Question: I do have cysts on my ovaries what does that mean? Does it affect my chances/how? Thank you!View Thread
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