Post # 1
anyone here with fertility issues and is waiting here?
i think lately this has really fueled my anxiousness to get the ball rolling so to speak,
ill be 29 next month and i was diagnosed with PCOS early this year. i’ve been with my guy 5 years now, he knows i want more kids in the future, he knows about my fertility issue,
which is why i set a walk date late next month. but its likely he will ask soon from what i gather. i’ve seen too many women with my condition struggle with TTC, so it kindof scares me a little that time isnt on my side.
i have a son in intermediate school, he is from a previous relationship, not planned. ive always wanted more children but i want them within a marriage, so i’ve been holding out hope. hopefully not in vain.
Post # 3
I may have some but I don’t really know for sure. I had PCOS but it’s pretty common and I know many people who have it or other similar conditions. I’m not sure if it is permanent or comes and goes and I freaked out about it a whole lot before but somehow or another I don’t have it anymore (or at least tests for it and such come back negative). On the other hand, I’ve had friends with it who have been TTC FOREVER with nothing happening, though I don’t see them doing anything to fix the PCOS. I also have friends with endometriosis and such who have been fine with TTC.
You should be fine if you had a son before; I wouldn’t worry about it, though I know that is much easier said than done. I worry about it too sometimes but not like I can do anything about it, so then I just quit worrying.
Post # 4
i try not to worry, but as you said. not that easy. im apart of a local pcos group, so you hear a vary of different stories. one of the women in my group ttc for 4 years to get her second child. so even though i had my first without much trying, the second may not come as easy. hopefully my outcome will be different. we’ll see
Post # 5
My sister has PCOS & she got pregnant on her first try. I’ve heard pregnancy actually helps PCOS symptoms.