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Hello ladies, my name is Ty. I haven't been on here in awhile so I thought I would visit. I went to the doctor yesterday and was told that I have PCOS. I'm not a happy camper right now. I'm Super bummed!!! I need to read up on PCOS and see what its all about. So my questions is what are the chances of ever getting pregnant with it? My daughter is 16 and I know for a fact that I want more kids but I'm feeling pretty doubtful that I will since this diagnosis.
PCOS is a diagnosis, but not a death sentence. You can get pg with PCOS, it is sometimes more difficult, but DEFINITELY a good possibility! My DH and I were dealing with my PCOS and his VR and MFI. Our LinLeigh is a miracle baby, but so precious and worth the 4 years it took for her to get here! There is a wealth of information out there. Maybe even more-so now since September is PCOS awareness month!
You can definitely get pregnant with PCOS. Depending on the severity your OB may refer you to a specialist. I was frustrated when I was FINALLY diagnosed last Nov by my OB. During that time, we were in the process of moving to a different state, but once I settled in and saw my new OB and specialist, I got pregnant within two months of using 50mg of Clomid. I also took Pregnitude which was suggested by my fertility specialist. It supposedly helps with PCOS as well.
It's DEFINITELY possible to get pregnant with PCOS. Be sure you get an OB that knows something about it though. Part of it will depend on your severity. There is a lot of bad information out there, but a lot of good information as well. If you're ever uncomfortable with what a doctor says ask for a second opinion.
Cautiously Expecting #1 w/ PCOS around June 16, 2014