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When I was 23 I got pregnant with my daughter with extreme ease. 7 years later I can't even ovulate and my doctor thinks I have PCOS. She said "Well, you conceived once so your chances of getting pregnant again are very high". They don't feel very high. First I have to go through a myriad of tests, then get a proper diagnosis and then start treatment (which my insurance doesn't cover by the way).
Seems like it's going to be a long uphill battle.
Clomid Cycle #1 ~ 50mg ~ ?
I have the loved the stars too fondly
to be fearful of the night.
- Sarah Williams
Last edited by BadWolf; October 25th, 2013 at 11:26 AM.
I'm with you on the frustration. Eleven years ago, I conceived my son on the first try. Now here I am, 36 years old, and I swear my uterus laughs at me every month. It's been 14 months for me, this go around. How about you?