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    Hi Oceans love, sorry only just seen your message, welcome to the thread hope your stay is short. Sounds very good that your last cycle was 28 days, hopefully they stay that way and you get your bfp soon.

    Afm- I am Cd8 of my fourth cycle of injections after not actually ovulating last month, I am trying to stay positive this cycle but loosing a little hope. My fs is doing my scans this cycle instead of the clinic so hopefully I will get more detailed information about what is going on and my options from here.

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    http://www.natkringoudis.com.au/events/debunking-pcos/

    Thought you girls might be interested :-)

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    Hi, I am new to the PCOS forum, having only been diagnosed recently. I have a 4 year old son (with cerebral palsy following a stroke at birth), and now am trying to conceive no 2. We see the fertility specialist on Wednesday, have tried googling, but in all honesty, don't really know what happens next... Google just scares me! Having already had what was apparently an uneventful pregnancy that resulted in a special needs child (who I love to bits) reading that PCOS makes pregnancy high risk, is quite frightening - assuming I actually manage to fall pregnant!

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    Hi TinyBellona welcome to the thread. I can understand your concern when reading up on PCOS and link to high risk pregnancy especially due to your circumstances with your 4 year old son. Don't let all the information you rwad scare you though, I had difficulty conceiving DD due to PCOS and it took us a year finally using injections but once I had finally conceived my pregnancy was very straight forward with no complications at all. I would just take one step at a time and prepare as much as possible beforehand by changing your diet and lifestyle where needed. Good luck with your appointment on Wednesday and hope your questions get answered.

    AFM - I went to see my fs on Thursday for a scan and he saw 3 follicles 2 measuring 17 and a smaller one around 11. He had me triggering on Friday night but have to say I am not convinced I have ovulated again . Somehow I am unconvinced the fs saw the follies he did so quickly on Cd10 which is not usual for me, I tend to have long and slow cycles. Oh well, will find out next Monday after blood test.

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    Hi all. Dh and i have decided it is time to start trying for number 2. Our ds is 19 months. It took 3 years trying for ds and i was diagnosed part way through that 3 years. I am hopeful we may have more luck this time as i am actually having cycles. Although they are longer.

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    Hi pinklinkin, welcome, hope you find things a little easier ttc no.2, did you need any treatment to conceive ds? I am finding things quite difficult second time around, I am on my 5th cycle of injections. The first one I ovulated 3 eggs, the second cycle I overstimulated and then had two cycles with no ovulation . We just found out last week I have two cysts on my tubes (which aren't causing any issues) that my fs had mistaken for follicles on my ovaries and therefore triggered me for ovulation when I had no follicles. All going good this cycle though so hoping to get a trigger tomorrow and hopefully ovulate this time .

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    In the end i didnt need anything (although i was still on metformin ) but i had 5 rounds of clomid. But only ovulated twice. Next step was ovulation induction but we put it off to save up for it and were lucky to not need it.
    Thats good if all is good so far this cycle. for you

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    pinklinkin - Great news that you didn't need anything apart from metformin to conceive ds, here is hoping that it works out that way this time for you hun.

    AFM - I went for my scan today and seems I have one good follie measuring just over 20 along with a few smaller ones, which is good news . So if all is well with my bloods today then I can trigger tonight. I am feeling more positive about this cycle. My fs is happy to go on with a few more rounds of this if this cycle doesn't work as I have really only had one chance so far.

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    Hi, I have just found out I have pcos. We conceived my 1st son naturally, actually unexpectedly so it's interesting to find out I have pcos. My ultrasound showed 15 cysts on my left ovary and 30 on the right. I am trying to lose weight to conceive our 2nd but I'm feeling very worried about what this might mean. My doctor gave me a script for metformin. Just reaching out here because ATM I feel very lost about all of this. Can anyone give me some words of wisdom going into this? What sort of things should I be asking my doctor?

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    HaoN - welcome to the thread hun, it call all be quite overwhelming at first when you get diagnosed but take one step at a time and ask any questions when you are unsure of anything, hopefully we can help. Metformin is a good place to start and is usually the first step, I would also be asking for a full assessment of your hormones through a blood test to see what kind of inbalance you are looking at. Has your doctor talked to you about clomid? Do you have any sort of cycle at all?

    AFM - I should be ovulating this morning but have felt nothing as yet, feeling a bit negative about things after the last two months of no ovulation.


 

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