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3 years ago

Conceiving and PCOS has to be the most frustrating combo

Conceiving and PCOS has to be the most frustrating combo

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1 month ago

I have pcos and I conceived without treatment and went full term which is a blessing. What I did was eat healthy, reduce stress and exercise that is when my periods for the first time started to regulate I also wasn't trying to conceive.

7 months ago

I was diagnosed at 16 and was put on the pill . Went on a gluten and dairy free diet last year ( was already gluten free as have an allergy to it ) found some tablets called Ova which help with insulin , came off the pill and now I’m pregnant and due any day 😊

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7 months ago

https://www.drfertility.co.uk/products/myova-myo-plus?gclid=CjwKCAiA1JGRBhBSEiwAxXblwekRzougJ5OmT4dk2PaxE3wIszqA-9iH-hYID3zxYIIB-WoGxtDVkxoC_b0QAvD_BwE Looks like they may have changed the packaging on other websites 😊 I also followed pcos.weightloss on Instagram and she’s great ! ( not all about weightless ) but helping with your body x

7 months ago

What tablets were these?🥺

7 months ago

NAC https://www.verywellhealth.com/benefits-of-nac-for-pcos-4105735 and paleo are what I believe what got me pregnant with my current pregnancy. wishing you the best of luck

9 months ago

Hi gals! I’ve had pcos since I was 15 and I’m 26 on 14-01. Been married nearly 3 years and ttc since October. Been off the pill since March and haven’t had a natural period since I was 15. Been on the pill from then until I brought myself off it in March, metformin isn’t working and have to lose 8.6 off my bmi to start the fertility treatment 🤦🏻‍♀️ husband also found out his quantity is lacking and he has a blood test on 07-01 to see if there is any underlying problems contributing to this🥺

10 months ago

Hi all, I was on the pill for 10+years and came off when I was 28. I have pcos and have periods very irregularly, I became pregnant naturally after two years of not being on the pill but not actively trying - it just happened. I am now trying for a second baby and as my periods are still every 3 months I have been told by the fertility clinic to go on Metformin. Has anyone been on this drug? I want to speed up my chance to conceive but also would rather not be on all the meds . Any advice ? Thank you X

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9 months ago

I just started Metformin last week as I have irregular cycles and am hoping to conceive. I have heard it works well for many people! The first week has some tough GI side effects but I am really hoping for some normal cycles 🙏🏼

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