Post # 1
I told you ladies that I’d keep you updated.
I went to my GYN on Friday. We had a chat about what could potentially be the problem – PCOS, under active thyroid, unexplained anovulation. She seemed very optimistic. She prescribed me some progesterone to kick start my period for this month. SHe then did some blood work to test my hormones as well as my thyroid. We scheduled a follow up visit for next month to do some fasting blood work to check for PCOS. It’s also to see how well the progesterone worked this month.
Thanks again for your support! It means so much to me!
Post # 3
Hang in there. It seems like you have a proactive doctor who will help you get to the bottom of this!
Post # 4
Good luck! It sounds like your doctor is on to something with the PCOS and thyroid problems. I hope your follow-up next month goes great and you get pregnant very soon!! 🙂
Post # 5
I also just wanted to chime in and give you some support to hang in there! Hopefully things will go well! Keep us updated on how things go, and you’ll be pregnant in no time :o)
Post # 6
Thanks for your kind words, girls. I just heard from my doc about the first round of bloodwork. All were normal except for the testosterone, which was slightly elevated. She said that is consistent with PCOS. I go again in 2.5 weeks for more bloodwork.
Post # 7
so great you have a doc who is on top of figuring this out!