A miracle in the making

by grace

Hi, to all the ladies who has had the struggle with PCOS. I am 31 years old and just gave birth to a beautiful baby boy November 18, 2008.

I also went through a series of testing by my gynecologists because i was struggling to conceive only to be diagnosed with this syndrome.

My gynecologist referred me to a fertility specialists who then put me on Metformin in 2006. I took a few of the pills and soon learned that i could not deal with the nausea and diarrhea, so i stopped taking them.

I waited a whole year and went back to my fertility specialists who then put me on clomid pills, i took them for 3 sessions and nothing happened, i started taking the metformin for 3 consecutive months and lost 15 lbs and found out i was expecting.

I thought that this would never happen but with the grace of god he made this miracle happen. I want to say good luck to all who is trying to beat this syndrome. I have to go now, the baby is crying for a bottle (lol).

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Fat weight loss is a big factor for becoming more fertile. Even losing 10-15 lbs. of fat can shift your hormones.

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