Mam, I've gone anywhere up to 18 months before realizing I hadn't had a period. I've never had 3 periods a month apart ever since puberty. The only time I seemed to get a period was when I booked to see a doctor about it ... then I'd get a bleed. Talking to a FS recently he thinks I'd been having 'break-through' bleeding and it's been psychological. I've never taken provera or done any other work up for my PCOS. My first attempt at OI, my bloodwork was at the right levels to begin treatment without a provera start, this cycle has been started from a period. We weren't ready to do a cycle this soon but we now that attempting off a period is better for me and we had the make the most of AF when she decides to visit.My gosh you and munchkin are just like I was! No known ovulation unless on medication. I would go like a year without any sort of bleeding, until my doctor made me take provera to shed the lining. Fun fun...
I always thought I'd just never get the chance to be a mum until I met my DH 3 years ago (my twenties were spent with a man that didn't want to be a father). So not only do I have the physical tasks of trying to get my body to ovulate, I've also had to change my mental opinion of potentially becoming a mother (I have no maternal tendancies at all).
Can I ask if you other ladies also have higher weight/BMI than the FS want you to be. I have lost 8kg since the beginning of the year and have 5-6kg to go to get to a BMI of 30. My FS wanted me to move 10% of weight while doing OI (which I've achieved) and my own plan is to be BMI 30 before starting IVF (if we need to get there).
Hope you all doing well