My husband and I have been ttc for a while now (about 4 years) and we still have had no luck. It took me a while to muster up the courage to go see a dr. my worst fear is that they will tell me I cant have kids. My dr. seens to think that I may have pcos. I have had a consultaion and my blood work taken so far I have an ultrasound scheduled for Oct. 1st and then an appointment with my dr after that. I am a little bit over weight according to my dr. and I have a really hard time keeping it off. I have regular periods and have never missed a single one. I have tried opk's and it shows that I ovulate on the 20th day of my cycle which my dr thinks is to late. So anyway thats about all of my symtoms, Does anyone else have pcos with as few symptoms as I do. If so I would really appriciate the feedback. I will update after my dr appointment on the 1st.View Thread
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