I am new to this...let me start out by saying that I have PCOS. I was prescribed metformin, but am not currently taking that at this time...I am on birth control...Loestrin 24..and do not have a period..even if I am not on any form of bc I still do not have a period. I have read a lot of information in this community about TTC, and am just wondering what are the steps to take to to get pregnant without a period and with PCOS. I am not neccesarily TTC right at this moment, but am hoping in the future to conceive (soon), and am very worried about how things will work. I know this( TTC w PCOS) is not impossible, but I also know that it is not easy, and will be a long road. I am just looking for some advice..or stories of others who have gone through the same issue. I also want to say that I do have a 4 year old who I had before I found out about the PCOS. any words of encouragment or other stories would be great! good luck to all of you ladies!
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