Hello, This is my first time on here.Well I read your guys post and I kinda understand where your coming from. My husband and have known each other for almost 11 yrs but we got married around after I turned 21yrs old. We kinda tried at first and then later we wanted it more and more. Im 26 going on 27 and he is 33 now...As young as Iam now we still havent had no luck....We havent been able to afford the expensive doctors or specialist....I have never heard of pcos until now but now that I think about it more and more I believe that its a possibility that I also might have it...Just based on all the symtoms.... My husband and I are gonna try giving FertilAid a shot and just pray that god leads the rest of the way...View Thread
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