I got pregnant easily after my marriage. Then I suffered a miscarriage back in March last year. I was absolutely devastated. My then partner not so much. After tests and scans, it was confirmed I have PCOS. I was at a young age of 21 when I suffered this miscarriage. Doctors didn’t want to try any medicines etc. I was advised to lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle. I followed his instructions. I am ready to try again for a baby. I have lost 24lbs and a lot healthier, but my cycles are still not on time. I can sometimes bleed for 10-12 days and sometimes for lesser days. Then have a week-long cycle altogether. It gets difficult for me picking up ovulation. I am trying to a donor. In that case obviously, regular intercourse is not an option. Can I please have some advice. I desperately want to have a baby now.01/11/2018 at 6:19 am
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Best!01/11/2018 at 3:45 pm
Hi, I am really sorry to hear about your miscarriage. But I have heard about women still getting pregnant even after being detected with PCOS. But indifferently, every woman varies in their ovulation period and ability to conceive. As per your age, you are still a young woman and can even TTC for some more years. There are many ovarian stimulation medications like Diferelin injections, take them but that too after your doctor prescribes it. These injections help to arouse ovulation by altering the cycles. You should keep your diet up to the mark, as the continuous bleeding will weaken your immunity and can cause anemia. Just focus on the proteins with green leafy vegetables, take iron supplements if prescribed. Well, we live in such an era that even if a mother is not able to carry the baby due to health complications, surrogacy has done miracles for couples. You have your own biological baby in your hands. But if your husband doesn’t agree on surrogacy, IVF can help you become pregnant. The choice is up to you.01/24/2018 at 11:22 am
I am greatly sad for your misfortune. It extremely more likely than not been hard for you. All things considered, I know it’s an intense circumstance. You don’t need to be crushed! I am likewise a fruitless individual. I’ve additionally squandered numerous years TTC. All things considered, I am not being negative to you. Be that as it may, I have acknowledged my destiny till yet. Yet, I have no surrendered turning into a mother. I’m attempting different ways of IVF or IUI. I’m notwithstanding thinking about organizations and facilities. Examine stuff with your DH!01/25/2018 at 11:30 pm
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