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    Guess I better get onto finding a gp I like..

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    How did you get diagnosed with pcos initially mamasupial?

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    Gp but that was years ago through who knows which doctor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    As you're PCOS, they will most likely use that as a guide. Will probably check the number of follies, oestrogen, progesterone, and LH levels. Also, as LT mentioned, possibly thyroid to rule that out. All done by bloods and super dooper ultrasound.
    I like how you called it a super dooper ultrasound I'm happy NOT to have a super dooper ultrasound for a while.

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    Hello ladies hope all is well. Not long here and wont have a bubba she's growing up too quick

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    Yeah wobbler I just realised the other day looking at ds that I don't have a bubba anymore!

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    10 more days and I won't have a bubba either

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    Been doing some research and I'm going to take a high dose of vit c to induce AF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Have you had any headaches? Watch the swelling. Do you have a bp machine at home to keep an eye on it?
    Nah no headaches. My BP was 140/85, so it has risen a bit. Its usually around 110-130/60-70. I cant check it at home.
    They done a urine sample but there was no protiens so that was good. I have an appointment next week as well to check everything over.

    They done a bedside scan today, and i DONT Have extra fluid (anymore?) but apparently, when i done my GTT, the 2hr reading was just outside of the NEW range of numbers, but well within the old range. I was told i was fine and didnt have GD... but maybe, i do? THey didnt say anything else about it though, its just that i overheard the cow OB talking to another one, and said about the 2hr one being slightly elevated..

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowangel0205 View Post
    Nah no headaches. My BP was 140/85, so it has risen a bit. Its usually around 110-130/60-70. I cant check it at home.
    They done a urine sample but there was no protiens so that was good. I have an appointment next week as well to check everything over.

    They done a bedside scan today, and i DONT Have extra fluid (anymore?) but apparently, when i done my GTT, the 2hr reading was just outside of the NEW range of numbers, but well within the old range. I was told i was fine and didnt have GD... but maybe, i do? THey didnt say anything else about it though, its just that i overheard the cow OB talking to another one, and said about the 2hr one being slightly elevated..
    I have a great idea. Have the baby sooner rather than later so that you don't have to deal with that ob anymore. It's a great idea, isn't it?!

    So...come on, hurry up now.

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