hi this is my first time. I am 32 and my husband is 26 and we have been married for almost 6 years on May 09, 2006. I feel like we have been praying and trying to get pregnant since day one. I was diagnosed with PCOS at the age of 21, I have had two surgeries for cyst removal on ovaries and ovarian drilling and still no baby. Honestly i think i cry everyday more than one or two times a day. Sometime i feel like there is no one that feels or understand the pain that i go through. I t is so bad that it is hard to rejoice for others who are blessed with kids and it is hard not to question God about why not us. I find myself watching baby story all the time and crying through most of it. I don't know what else to do and what step to take right now. I am really hurt and frustrated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!View Thread
h Lewlabell Thanks for messaging me. To answer your questions, If it wasn't for the holyspirit and my husband i really don't know how i could get through it day by day. I really dont know what my next step will be i have thought about taking the old metformin pills that i have? but i am not sure. other than the metformin pills i really don't have any other options. I wouldn't mind adoption but my husband doesn't because he really want his own child and don't want to give up on having his own biological child. Right now i am just waiting on God to bless us naturally........... but enough about me. when and how were you diagnosed? and what treatments have you taken? and do you feel as any has worked?View Thread
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