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    Default Pos and subseptate uterus

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    So I found out after 2 years of trying to conceive and have only fallen preganant once and miscarried I have a subseptate uterus plus I am showing symptoms of pcos
    Feel like I'm never become a mother

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    Have you been tested for pcos? Do you ovulate regularly? Hope your journey isn't too long xx

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    Hi
    Yes I have been unfortunately
    And no u don't ovulate regularly it's the worst feeling ever
    Thanks so much ❤️

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicole christine View Post
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    Yes I have been unfortunately
    And no u don't ovulate regularly it's the worst feeling ever
    Thanks so much ❤️
    Ah that sucks. I don't ovulate on my own so I know the feeling.

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    Yeah it sucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kate85 View Post
    Hi Nicole,
    I was diagnosed with PCOS and a septate uterus mid last year. I have since had my septate operated on (3 weeks ago) - virtually painless and thankful I did as my obgyn said that falling pregnant and keeping a bub to full term would have been a very slim chance...turns out the septate completely split my uterus into two!
    Have you spoken to your doctor about Clomid? That is what I will be going on once we are ready to try for a bubbah...i don't ovulate at all so will be my first port of call!
    Oh wow my dr hasn't said much I'm waiting to get into see my gyno she's also an infertility specialist

    Iv never herd of clomid ?? Sorry lol
    My dr has said my uterus is not split all the way :/
    Thanks

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    I have PCOS and a subseptate uterus too, (I also carry a genetic condition leaving me with a 50% chance of miscarriage).
    I have a 7 month old son from 3 rounds of Clomid with a fertility specialist. The subseptate uterus wasn't an issue at all.
    It's so possible, try and stay positive! x

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    Have a chat with your obgyn about Clomid - it's a drug that kickstarts your body into ovulating. Especially good for us PCOS sufferers who either don't ovulate, or ovulation is very unpredictable...
    I know many people who have had great success with it! x

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    Hi
    I have herd heaps of good feedback on clomid many success stories gives me so much hope so thank you I will defanantly looking into it

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    So I had my first infertility and gyno appointment today my uterus doesn't have a septum it's just a curve at the top of it and I deffo pcos I will be starting clomid next cycle and I couldn't be happier with the outcome 😊


 

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