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Well that's good news. Hopefully the RE will have some more helpful information for you.
Since there haven't been any problems detected with either of you, I have to ask a possibly sensitive question. Has the PCOS contributed to difficulty with weight for you? (It has for me). Weight is also a very significant factor in fertility and I think it can be easy to underestimate how much it can affect our ability to conceive. Many women with cycles that look just fine on paper (regular ovulation, adequate cervical mucus, etc) still struggle to conceive when they are over or underweight. That's not to say it will automatically cause a problem, obviously there are women on both ends of the spectrum who are able to conceive. But there are also many who can't (despite all sorts of medical interventions) until they move closer to a healthy weight for their body type.
Yeah, I am overweight, though I weight exactly what I weighted when I got pregnant with AJ (not trying). I can loose to a certain amount and then I hit a plateau and can't loose much after that. Almost 2 years ago I had lost 40 lbs but couldn't get past that and it ended up slowly coming back.
AJ (age 7) & Katie (age 2.5) PM to see if I am available to make a siggy - decisions will be made on a case by case basis.