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    I would probably hold off another couple of months *just in case* its from having a baby.

    Has your af always been like that? Will you get fertility treatment if you ttc again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    I would probably hold off another couple of months *just in case* its from having a baby.

    Has your af always been like that? Will you get fertility treatment if you ttc again?
    Taking provera isn't really an option right now anyway. Would need to go on a wait list to see a gyno.

    As a teen AF was every 2 months but since taking birth control and then stopping, it's awful.

    I'll probably see if I can go on metformin or clomid next time.

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    Miss c has started dancing and clapping to music. Sooo cute

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    Could you go one the pill for a few months to see if it could help regulate you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjk View Post
    Could you go one the pill for a few months to see if it could help regulate you?
    The pill doesn't regulate pcos, it masks the issues.

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    Fascinating.

    How does it mask the symptoms?

    As far as I know, the pill is meant to be good for those with PCOS, as it targets hormonal imbalances, thereby regulating your menstrual cycle and symptoms of PCO?

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    I don't really get the idea of the pill teaching your body what to do. I get the masking thing though...thats why my mum is taking it as HRT, to mask the crazy hormonal imbalances of menopause!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    The pill doesn't regulate pcos, it masks the issues.
    Have you tried going gluten free?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumma K View Post
    Have you tried going gluten free?
    My diet is pretty much gluten free and no, it doesn't help either. Also have tried dairy free too as that's also supposed to help with the acne - which didn't work.

    Many doctors will treat the symptoms but not the base of the problem unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    Fascinating.

    How does it mask the symptoms?

    As far as I know, the pill is meant to be good for those with PCOS, as it targets hormonal imbalances, thereby regulating your menstrual cycle and symptoms of PCO?
    Doctors who haven't kept up on research will tell you that it improves pcos. It's never improved things for me.


 

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