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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 07-26-2017, 09:36 PM Thread Starter
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Diagnosed With PCOS Prior to Marriage

Good day everyone. I hope every one of you is in good condition. I just to share this sad story of mine and I would like to ask your wholehearted advice to me. I and my fiance will plan to tie a knot this coming December. Our relationship grows fonder every day. Until last month I was diagnosed to have PCOS. I am not aware that I have that illness before. All I just know that my grand mother has the same illness. Do you think it is due to genes? I mean hereditary. But I am aware that I have an irregular menstrual cycle. As far as I remember long ago, five months passed that "Aunt Flo" never visited me. Today, I am very worried. My fiance knows that I have it. The doctor tells us not to worry because we still have the chance of bearing a child. I mean to build a family soon. But as a woman, I could not keep myself calm. Do you have any experience with this illness and still have a baby? Please advise me. Click here to enlargeClick here to enlarge
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Hi res,
Yes you can become pregnant with this PCOS. I am 30 years old and I was diagnosed with PCOS when i wanted a second child. I had stopped taking birth control pills but never got pregnant. The doctor at all times tried to put me on pills to make my period regular but I declined since I wanted kids. I had to undergo a surgery to get rid of 41 cysts and havenít had to have another one yet. My periods are always irregular. I also attempted metformin still i could not become pregnant. Then March of last year I got pregnant. Miscarriage rate is 40% for someone with PCOS, but I took metformin that my OB at Biotexcom clinic in Ukraine recommended to reduce the risk and I had a health boy last November. I had already adopted children a few years ago, because I had felt there was no hope and it just seemed as though I would never have my own children. I finally gave up and that is when I got pregnant after i visited the clinic and met the specialist there. My first sign of pregnancy was the sore breasts. So, keep your head up. All the best to you too
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Hi welcome dear. I understand your problem in easy and effective way. I also face this horrible situation in my life. I am feeling happy to help you to overcome this difficulties time. I decided to help you on basis of my own experience that can solve your problem and doubt in effective way. You can start with healthy life style. You should not underestimate the power of healthy life style. It is medically provide that healthy life style is profitable for pregnant women and try to conceive women in many ways. You should not miss this gold opportunity to overcome darkness to brightness. I also suffer these depression and stress full day in my life. We also consult with many gynecologists to get genuine treatment to handle this problem in professional way. Finally we decided to consult with Ukraine popular gynecologist to discuss my problem. He provides me genuine treatment to solve this critical problem.
I want to express doctor and my husband heart fully thanks to help me to get endless joy of God gift health baby. Today we are living in medical research world. Every day lots of research are done on critical problem solution all over the world. You need not panic about your problem. You can cure your problem by using latest advance medical research like IVF test tube baby. It is most popular and reliable cure to handle all types of problems in easy and professional way. It is very good sign that you are aware about your health. You can choose surrogacy that is safe and secure way to solve miscarriage problem without risk of death. They are latest medically based treatment having high success rate. I also choose surrogacy with health egg donor to reduce the risk and now enjoying baby gift. I hope you get valuable information to solve your doubts.
Take care be happy.
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Hello res, I have a friend with the same story with you. She did not really make it to get pregnant in a natural way but made possible with IVF. I think you can try that one.
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You can still have the baby you always wanted. Try to consult to the doctor. IVF is a best option for you.
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My friend have a good experience at Biotexcom. You will be welcome there.
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Just do not panic. Do not think negative. This can the a solution to your problem.
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This can be a solution to your problem. If you did not want to have IVF, you can have surrogacy. That is a good option too.
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If you want I can refer you to my friend who has a great experience at Biotextcom so that you can feel what she had experience there. What do you think?
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Hello, I would like to congratulate for your wedding. You both made a very good decision. Itís a good sign that you made planningís for your future. I want to say that donít panic about natural conceiving. You can enjoy your marriage party with confidence. I again wish you and congratulate both of you to live a happy married life. I am here to provide you all the valuable information I have on this to clear all your doubts regarding this. I too face the same situation like your years back.
What I did was consult a gynecologist in Ukraine to find some genuine information. It is not at all an easy job to get valuable and correct information which clears all our doubts. Itís a decision to be taken mutually by you and your husband to choose the best time for you to conceive. You can go for the option which will change the imagination of having a baby in your life into reality. One correct decision can bring the joy of having a child.
You can create the opportunity of having a child by making the proper decision to conceive in the most effective way. You can conceive if you find the below-listed information all in your favor. First, you have to notice that are you having a regular period if not kindly mark all the dates when you are having your periods. You should know that when you are ready to conceive and when is your nest period and how regular are they. This is a good time for being pregnant. The next you should do is always having a proper diet filled with healthy vitamins and fibers. A balanced and healthy diet keeps your hormones balanced. You can do some intense body exercise which will surely help you to maintain your health from inside out. If you still find problems in conceiving consult a gynecologist so that fast actions can be taken. Best of luck for future.
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Hi Res, hope you are doing great! Yes, I have also been diagnosed with PCOD about 3 months back and it made me way too depressed because I was so scared that I did not ask anything from my doctor. It was later when I visited again I asked her all the questions I had. So let me just share my views on this problem. See you need to understand that PCOD is not a disease rather it is a condition which will be with your throughout your life. It is just a hormonal imbalance and can be healed but it requires patience and determination. So first and most important thing is acceptance as only acceptance of this problem will begin your healing process. Secondly, make changes in your diet pattern and your activity levels as well. Letís talk of diet first so avoid all the processed food, caffeine and aerated drinks. Make it a point to add green leafy vegetables which have lot of iron, fiber and protein in your diet like spinach, kale, eggs etc. Also check your activity level, so if you are hyper active and spend lot of time pumping iron, you need to switch to low intensity exercises. Besides, try having apple cider vinegar as it balances the hormone imbalance in your body so it is a must have. Add green tea and green coffee in your diet and you will feel your mood uplifted in no time. Most importantly talk to your would-be husband and unburden yourself of all the guilt that you are carrying. Last but not the least, you need to understand that you have to power not your condition so donít get too engrossed in it. Live your life.
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Hi Dear, First of all, I am so sorry that you have this illness. I know how much it affects one women's life because I have been through the same illness and am still coping with it. I would also say that perhaps you are very brave to still thinking about having a baby! You must never leave hope. But it is also a very poor thing that you ignored your health issues for a very long time even when your body was giving you clear signs of it. Being women I understand all the pressure you might be feeling. And you are lucky that you have figured your illness relatively earlier than many women with the same disease. I was married 5 years and have been trying for a baby ever since when I came to know about having PCOS. Of course, doctors were afraid that I may never have a baby by myself and everyone told us to go or adoption. But I am so lucky to have come across my doctor, who brought hope to my life again. She told me the first step towards it will be to stay positive and attract positive. Positive Vibes has a real effect on life. I started staying happy, with happy thoughts and eventually a happy body. Along with the support of my family, husband, and friends plus the medications, I was altogether a happy person again, and, meanwhile, I and my husband were still trying for a baby. This is a miracle for me what I am about to say next but trust me it happened and can happen with you, too if you keep your faith up and stay positive, after about a couple of years I was impregnated. Today, my daughter is 5 years old and completely healthy and I am second time pregnant now. All I would say is that stay positive and feel happy from within. An illness tries to take your courage down, don't let that happen. Take care, I will pray for you.
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As the doctor said, it can be treated. I have friend who was in the same situation. The only difference is that she only found out after she got married because they were trying to make a baby but unsuccessful for 6 months of trying. She had some lab test and treatments and after a few months, she got pregnant. So just keep positive, do what the doctor is recommending to be able to address your PCOS.
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Well, Hey! Your case is pretty same as mine. I also have this PCOS! But, I got to know too late. I started knowing about it even after a few years of my marriage. It really wasted a lot of time for me. So, yeah! Well, now I'm booked for an IVF later this year a repro center in Ukraine. Because I've had MCs due to my PCOS. I've not been able to conceive through naturally. Just wish me all the best! Well, dear! But you still have time. Try having treatments...There are some conditions women do conceive naturally in it. But still, don't waste more years. Stay blessed. xx
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Hey. Don't you worry. A lot of women have this condition. The key to staying fit in this disorder is to stay healthy as much as you can. Keep your diet a healthy one. If you don't take care of your diet, you might just gain a lot of weight. Get enough sleep. Make daily work out a habit. Do these things and you are good to go. You can get pregnant naturally. But the chances are low. So if you try to conceive and nothing happens, you can always consider IVF. IVF works for almost all women who have PCOS. A friend of mine was just diagnosed with this disorder. She has been trying to get pregnant. Her doctor suggested IVF so she is going for it now. There's this very reliable clinic in Ukraine. She plans on going there for her process. There's always a way honey. So dont ever lose hope and worry.
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Hi dear, how are you? Firstly, congratulations on tying the knot with your boyfriend. This is an amazing news. Talking about your health problem, I am sorry to hear that. I know it's a little sad to know this. But I guess it is not such a big problem. As your doctor says, you have many chances to conceive. Try to do regular exercise. This will help you to lose your weight and balance your hormones. Thus, it will help to increase your chances of conceiving. Make sure to have a proper diet. Be careful not to get overweight. You're lucky that your boyfriend still supports you. Just stay strong and be happy! I wish you all the best in your future.
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Good day everyone. I hope every one of you is in good condition. I just to share this sad story of mine and I would like to ask your wholehearted advice to me. I and my fiance will plan to tie a knot this coming December. Our relationship grows fonder every day. Until last month I was diagnosed to have PCOS. I am not aware that I have that illness before. All I just know that my grand mother has the same illness. Do you think it is due to genes? I mean hereditary. But I am aware that I have an irregular menstrual cycle. As far as I remember long ago, five months passed that "Aunt Flo" never visited me. Today, I am very worried. My fiance knows that I have it. The doctor tells us not to worry because we still have the chance of bearing a child. I mean to build a family soon. But as a woman, I could not keep myself calm. Do you have any experience with this illness and still have a baby? Please advise me. Click here to enlargeClick here to enlarge
Oh, Heyyy dear! Well, I just go to know about your whole situation...well, I think the doctor is right! I also have PCOS. But, I think mine is not hereditary. So, yeah! I'm still able to conceive but through an IVF, for which I've sent my case to a repro center in Ukraine for IVF dates. So, yeah! I think you should also try it! So, what does your doctor say? Like, he said you still have a chance...Well, don't get worried! Just keep going with your OBS! Plus, if you're not satisfied, just take another opinion from another doctor. xx
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Hi there, hope you're doing fine. I am so sorry to hear that you diagnosed PCOs. Hey don't worry, it is okay you can have your cysts removed and after the surgery, you'll be completely good to be able to conceive. Or if something doesn't work out then you can go for IVF as it is a great way to conceive. Keep us updated on how it goes. Best of luck
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Hi there hon! I am so sorry for what you are going through. PCOS is really a terrible disease. It takes away the best thing in life. The chance of becoming a mother. But don't worry, In this modern era of technology and medicine no disease is incurable. You should take metformin. It will help you. Or visit a fertility clinic and go for assisted conception. Just don't give up. Much Love!
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Hi sweetheart! I'm so sorry that you have to go through this. It breaks my heart to read your story. I know it's not easy. I understand that you are going through a lot of pain. But trust me, everything will be okay. You are very lucky that your husband is with you. I am happy that he supported you in this situation. Not everyone is so lucky. You should be grateful and happy for that. Once you get married, you can then TTC again. I will pray that things work out then. Even if they don't, you still have other options like surrogacy, IVF etc. You should never lose hope. I'm sure you'll get better as time will pass by. Sending baby dust your way.
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