So, My husband and I have been trying to concieve almost a year. We finally went to a fertility spec and found out I have PCOS. the dr immediatly put me on metformin and this is the second day. I'm happy to say i don't have any side effects. I think it may be due to the eating I eat very well no greasy foods or processed foods. I've been reading different forums where poeple are getting preg the first month I reall hope that is me. Does anyone else have sucess stories?View Thread
hi, Im so glad that I'm not the only one!!! I feel like everybody around me is getting preggers or have children! I have none but my husband has two and I am so ready for a baby. I pray every month that I'm pregnant. I am really hoping that this is the month I try my best not to stress but I can't stop thinking about it. my AF is due on 6/27 I hope it does not come!!! getting more frustrated as the days go pass, I just need to do some yoga.View Thread
Thank you for your support! Yea it's so hard I'm wanting to take a pregnancy test but scared of the result, im so ready!!! My husband thinks I'm obsessed with babies but I'm not I just want one of my own, ugh frustrated! Whoo thanks for listening to my rant,lolView Thread
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