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    Kcooper - I know how you feel not to be taken seriously by doctors. I feel quite isolated as it's difficult to find a doctor who listens AND it's so difficult to get an appointment. Good luck to you x
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    Hi Everyone, thanks to you all for your advice and support. It's been difficult to find a doctor who knows a lot about PCOS and who listens - the one good GP I've found is almost impossible to get an appointment with. Thank you MINIRoo for the name you recommended - I am in Vic so I appreciate that. Anyone else in Victoria who has a good specialist, I'd love to know who you see. Thanks for the success stories too, hopefully I'll have my own one day. Take care and good luck to those ladies in a similar situation xx

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    No problem. Lynn is a leader in her field. There is a thread about her on here somewhere, you'll need a gp referral and there is a bit of a wait.

    She doesn't just do iVF she will look at all the options for you.

    My gp is in Surrey hills, where in vic are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tropical Bub View Post
    I agree with everyone above ..... see a specialist, they're there to help & guide you. They'll do an assessment cycle to check all works physically and checks out OK, including DH. They'll then give you your options and take it forth from there.

    My story is a success one as well. One that we never thought possible either. I have PCOS & don't ovulate, I'm also overweight (goes hand-in-hand doesn't it). I never thought the day would ever come when I fell pregnant. DH haven't been married long so didn't muck around, before even trying (we knew it wasn't going to be easy by ourselves) we saw a specialist. We did a couple of ovulation induction cycles that did next to nothing. Somehow my system has been re-started though and I have fallen pregnant twice naturally (first time ending in m/c but that didn't slow us down). I'm now due in 9wks

    You never know what journey you'll go through but there's definitely a possibility of any outcome. Don't give up.
    ^ this. Also check out some supplements like Maca and take conception multivitamins.

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