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    Pg is going well. Besides the crazy dreams and sore bb, still don't feel pg. Although I'm going through this stage at the moment where my clean eating isn't agreeing with me lol. Good old steak and steamed veg just isn't cutting it. I'm basically living on cereal lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by No3please View Post
    Pg is going well. Besides the crazy dreams and sore bb, still don't feel pg. Although I'm going through this stage at the moment where my clean eating isn't agreeing with me lol. Good old steak and steamed veg just isn't cutting it. I'm basically living on cereal lol
    Lol I ate cereal for dinner a lot in first trimester

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    Hi ladies I was just wondering I am heading back to the dr this morning but we have Decieded to put TTc on hold for 6months.
    Now I would like to go back on the pill to counteract the symptoms of my Pcos but just wondering if this would be counter productive if we are wanting to start trying again early next year? I feel like I was less stressed when I was on the pill but know I will have to through this stage again in 6months time if we do decide to have a baby March next year? Just wondering if it's worth it or not???

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    Ok so i have been to the dr, she has recommended I see a gyno for treatment of my pcos and I also found out I have subseptate uterus, I have had the tears today feeling very upset and just do not really know how to process alot of this. plus the irregular bleeding. dr did not want to repeat bloods. but I have an appt for the gyno next week so hopefully he might shed some light on what I can do from here.
    I suddenly feel like out TTC journey is going to be a very long one..

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    Big hugs xx TTC is hard and emotional. I'm trying to mentally prepare myself for it again.

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    yep TTC with our issues is long and hard at times but if its something that you really want then have a break, refresh, see what the gyno says and take it a step at a time looks like I am out this month as the spotting is increasing and looks like AF is on its way. Im actually pretty excited about it tbh! bring on a new month of trying!

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    @twentysomething I guess that's the benefit of you being 20 something, you've got some time up your sleeve to go through all the processes. Good luck

    Miss - that's a good thing! You're not having a 100+ day cycle!

    B - I'm nibbling at my dinner then reaching for the cereal lol. I'm now officially eating it 3 x times a day!

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    Eat whatever works. I did and only put on 5kgs.

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    Hi @No3please
    Yeah while we feel like we might take a break till next year i am only 26 so will 27 then so i still have time and instead of waiting we will seek fs straight up.
    Despite all our talking we r both not sure we are ready, but i dont think this majes me any happier about my pcos.

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    Don't let it get you down. PCOS is manageable and pregnancy is not impossible.


 

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