I found out in 2003 that I had PCOS. I have been married almost 4 yrs now. I never got pregnant. When I was 19 I got pregnant with my daughter she will be 9 yrs old next month. I started the Clomiphene last month. I'm also on Meteformin which I have been on for a couple of yrs.Just found out today that I'm not pregnant. I also found out Aug the 8th that I have endometriosis the Dr couldn't laser it but the dr had to laser both ovaries do to the fact the cyst where blocking me from ovulating. I'm starting to wonder if I'm just wasting my time. I did ovulate with the 1st round of the clomiphene. All I want to do is give up and just cry. The dr says that I need to have a hysterectomy. But the dr doesnt want to do one because I want to have another child. But I have days that I just want to give up and just do the hysterctomy. I really dont have anyone I can talk to about this. When I try to talk to someone they just tell me just be glad that God blessed you with the child that you do have. No one understands what I'm going through. My husband is just scared that its going to send me into a deep depression. So I really dont let him no how bad this is effecting me. Someone please help me and give me so advice.View Thread
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