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    I am 33 year old stopped pills 4 months ago. No periods since then. Doc suggested primordial no periods yet. Doc says pcos. Please help. I want to start a family

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    Not sure what that medication is. Has your doctor done blood tests or have you gotten an ultrasound?

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    Yes the doctor did blood test and ultrasound. She suggests that I have pcos.

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    I've used both provera and primolut to start a new cycle. I suggest tracking your basal body temperature to see if you are ovulating.

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    Hi, I too have had pcos (and endo) for years. When we first started ttc I went & saw our GP at the 4 month mark as I too never got a period. I got very frustrated by their response of just be patient & wait. Another few months went by with nothing & I ended up getting a referral to an OB/GYN which was the best thing I could've done as they put me on clomid which a GP is unable to do. My body wasn't ovulating so we did 6 monitored clomid cycles which forced my body to ovulate. I'd ask for a referral to an OB/GYN as that is the field they specialise in. Good luck

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    Thank you for your response. I was on primolut prescribed by my gynaecologist. Just got my period back today. I am seeing gynae back on next Friday to discuss options to get pregnant. How do if find out when I ovulate?

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    Is 33 too late or risky to have a child

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isha View Post
    Is 33 too late or risky to have a child
    Nope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isha View Post
    Thank you for your response. I was on primolut prescribed by my gynaecologist. Just got my period back today. I am seeing gynae back on next Friday to discuss options to get pregnant. How do if find out when I ovulate?
    There's a few different ways you can track it to see what your body is doing. You can take your temperature each morning & there's many app's where you can keep a record & chart it to see if you're ovulating or you can also buy OPK's & test urine around middle of your cycle. It can all get very confusing but there's lots of good info on here about it all.

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