So far I have just been taking the prenatal vitamins and switching up my diet. In addition to getting some sort of work out plan started. In agreement with my Doc, we both thought it would be best if I lost some weight, he does however feel that by doing so and then started the clomid my chances of conceiving would increase as well as my ability to carry to full term. So here's hoping that within the next 3 months I will be reporting my success story. Today also is a good day, some days I wake up in tears and just down the whole day. but today I'm just excited to watch my Houston Texans in the playoffView Thread
today is better than yesterday or two days ago. i will attempt to or i will from now on focus on the blessings i have been given, like cooking. everyday is a different day and the need to suceed is greater than staying depressed. but i have began taking prenatal vitamins, as my doc said its good to prer the body with the right vitamins prior to pregnancy, the next step is to begin the clomid. again thanks for your encouraging words.View Thread
its been a while since my last post. i am 29 and was diagnosised at 19, I have never conceived and my worries on conceiving are only mounting. has any natural or home remedies aided anyone in the efforts to concieve, and how do u deal with the deppression?View Thread
Thanks...I had a very sleepless night. I've called out of work for the last three days due to heavy bleeding and severe cramps and my employer has finally just had enough and I'm dreading the meeting today and my visit to the doctor. I hope we can get this undercontrol. Truthfully I feel as though I am losing my mind. I have a fiance who is attempting to be understanding but is sexually frustrated cause I haven't been in the mood and have been keeping always going strong.
I don't know what the doc is going to tell me. It's been a month since the last time I've seen her and we were suppose to meet up for my yearly pap but I haven't cleared up with both the provera and birth control patch. I'm truly scared I have a cousin who had to have a hysterectomy before she was 30 and I don't want the same thing. I'm ranting again, so many thoughts,so many concerns...View Thread
I am new to the site but I have been diagnosised with PCOS since I was 19 and now I'm currently 27. After my divorce when I was 20 I did not see a doctor for the next five years due to no insurance. After having my cycle for three months and finally having insurance I returned to the doc in 2009. Of course they gave me the provera attempted to start me on the metaformin. I did not take the metaformin (I still belived I could make it without drugs). Now a year later I am having the same problem. I have now been on my cycle for the past 70 days and I am beyond drained and in pain. My doc has given me two seperate prescripts for provera to deal with the bleeding and has started me on birth control and to tell the truth the bleeding has only increased.
I have found myself truly depressed and embarassed and have missed a considerable amount of time from work. I work at Macy's and have to be on my feet for eight hours or more. Needless to say that my work only makes the situations worse.
I am at a lost as to what to do. I do want to have kids but my goal for now is to get this situation under control. I really don't even have a question I just needed to vent to women who can understand what I am gowing through.View Thread
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