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PCOS- how to deal with it

Post: #1
12-28-2011, 02:44 AM
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PCOS- how to deal with it

​I was diagnosed with poly cystic ovary syndrome about three years ago.

Its depressing to be told I may never have kids, or it would be extremely hard to do naturally without shots or pills.

The side effects are awful. Never knowing when I will get my period, always thinking I'm pregnant (my husband and I have been trying for a while), and the excessive hair!

How do you ladies deal with all of this?

Are there any success stories of having PCOS and getting pregnant?



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Post: #2
02-21-2012, 12:16 PM
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PCOS- how to deal with it

(12-27-2011 06:44 PM)annifer333 Wrote:  ​I was diagnosed with poly cystic ovary syndrome about three years ago.

Its depressing to be told I may never have kids, or it would be extremely hard to do naturally without shots or pills.

The side effects are awful. Never knowing when I will get my period, always thinking I'm pregnant (my husband and I have been trying for a while), and the excessive hair!

How do you ladies deal with all of this?

Are there any success stories of having PCOS and getting pregnant?



How do you know you have PCOS in the first place?

What are the symptoms?



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Post: #3
02-22-2012, 09:10 PM
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RE: PCOS- how to deal with it

My son's godmother has PCOS and has had a couple of successful pregnancies.

I also believe I read somewhere that Victoria Beckham suffers from it.



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Post: #4
03-22-2012, 05:11 PM
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RE: PCOS- how to deal with it

My friend has this, but she was able to have a child. Some of the problems you're having might indicate a need for a change in your medication. My friend had some similar problems at first, until they were able to get her hormone dosages to the appropriate level. As for the emotional issues, you might want to talk to a good psychologist. Medical problems can cause all sorts of emotional issues, and I would think even more so when it involves an emotional subject like pregnancy.



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