We have been trying to have our 2nd child for 3 years and 6 months with no luck. I have never been to a doctor as i have no health insurance and we simply can not afford to pay there costs. I have spent alot of time researching my symptoms and all of my symptoms point to PCOS. I am still over weight but have lost 47 lbs and still going down. Although i am afraid i am doing more harm than good by losing weight sense it seems the only way i can is to starve myself. When i started my periods where some times 2 months apart. Now i have a period every month....usually. but they are never on the same dates. I have heard there are medications out there that could help me conceive. Is there any way to get them with out seeing a doctor?View Thread
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