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    Keep your fingers crossed for me I am heading off to the doctors tomorrow...lets hope that I get put on metformin to sort out my cycles

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    Another friend just announced her unplanned pregnancy. I just don't don't have it in me to congratulate her right now. Why is it so easy for some people

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    Hey Ladies got my results back. I have been put on Metformin and I got some results back from when i had painful cramping and bleeding for two weeks. I had an ectopic pregnancy which I miscarried

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    Big hugs Kimnus. xxx

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    Big hugs Kimnus

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    Big Kim. So sorry....

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    Thanks everyone

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    Hi Everyone,

    I am new here, to forums in general and to TTC!! So sorry if I have posted in the wrong place and I don't know all the right terms etc.

    I am about to turn 28 and hubby and I have decided we are ready to start our family.

    I was diagnosed with PCOS about 2 years ago through blood and us. Dr referred me to a specialist who said no need to do anything until I want to get pregnant. I have some excess hair, but I am not overweight and the glucose 4 hour test thing came out fine.
    Married 4 years, though not actually trying, never used any form of birth control and never fallen pregnant.
    Periods are completely random anywhere from 4 week to 3 months apart (which is why I got tested in the first place).

    sooo... I guess I just want advice on what to do now... Do I just shag more often? Or try to chart things considering I have no regularity? Does each time I get a period mean I have actually ovulated? Or should I just ask my Dr to refer me straight back to the specialist?

    I never really got upset or worried at the time of diagnosis, but now I want a bub and have started doing more research, it's all a bit overwhelming.

    Anyway thanks all - and please point me in the right direction if I shouldn't be posting here!!

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    Hi and welcome Nando.

    I would definitely suggest getting referred to a specialist. Having a period doesn't necessarily mean that you ovulated. The lining can eventually become so thick that it comes away without actually ovulating.

    Although you weren't actually trying for 4 years, you were doing the deed without protection which should have led to a pregnancy but as your cycles are irregular, it is hard to predict the ovulation time and you may need a little help becoming more regular.

    Get help sooner rather later because it can be a very long process and when you have PCOS, time isn't really on your side either. The doc told me that it only gets worse so we really need to finish our family asap.

    Good luck and all around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nando View Post
    Hi Everyone,

    I am new here, to forums in general and to TTC!! So sorry if I have posted in the wrong place and I don't know all the right terms etc.

    I am about to turn 28 and hubby and I have decided we are ready to start our family.

    I was diagnosed with PCOS about 2 years ago through blood and us. Dr referred me to a specialist who said no need to do anything until I want to get pregnant. I have some excess hair, but I am not overweight and the glucose 4 hour test thing came out fine.
    Married 4 years, though not actually trying, never used any form of birth control and never fallen pregnant.
    Periods are completely random anywhere from 4 week to 3 months apart (which is why I got tested in the first place).

    sooo... I guess I just want advice on what to do now... Do I just shag more often? Or try to chart things considering I have no regularity? Does each time I get a period mean I have actually ovulated? Or should I just ask my Dr to refer me straight back to the specialist?

    I never really got upset or worried at the time of diagnosis, but now I want a bub and have started doing more research, it's all a bit overwhelming.

    Anyway thanks all - and please point me in the right direction if I shouldn't be posting here!!
    Welcome to the group. I recently got prescribed metformin from my local GP. I have also being using OPKs and charting (which I need to start doing again). I hope your journey ends up being a short one.


    AFM: Still not feeling great. To make matters worse we ended up taking Lachlan to emergency this morning as he started getting signs of a cold last night, but this morning he woke up this morning with a temp over 38, vomited up his morning bottle and had red spots on his back. The Doctors that saw us at the hospital were really good and we had no waiting time. Looks like he has a viral infection and we have some meds to give him.


 

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