I have been active on the Clomid boards but just came across this one. I too have PCOS, and as I found out on Friday, I also have whats called a Unicorn Uterus. Basically I have 1/2 the uterus "normal" women do, and I likely only have one connected ovary/fallopian tube! Nice eh?!
We have finished my second round of Clomid and I am on CD 31 with still no AF. The pregnancy tests I have taken all say negative...could I still be pregnant anyways?
Im feeling kinda down today because I kinda feel like "what else could put a strike against me". Im trying to stay positive but it just seems hard. Anyone have any advice?View Thread
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