I have PCOS, feeling like I've let my boyfriend and me down

I found out about a month ago I have PCOS.

I was completely devastated and thought there was no chance of me ever conceiving.

I am 18 years of age and in a relationship and both me and my boyfriend want children and I really felt like I had let him and myself down by having PCOS.

I know it is not my fault I have PCOS but I just think 'why me'.

Some days it really gets me down.

I don't have a healthy diet and exercise plan

I look for diet plans all of the time and cannot find one that I feel comfortable with and believe it will help me lose weight to raise the chances of me being able to conceive.

I have read all of the stories posted on here and it has gave me hope but I would be very grateful if someone would be able to give me their diet and exercise plan to help me loose weight and give me a chance to conceive.

Thank you,
Amy

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Editor's comments: It's understandable to be shocked and devastated when you discover you have polycystic ovary syndrome and that you might not be able to start a family.

I can assure that literally thousands of women who have PCOS are able to ovulate, conceive and deliver a healthy baby. It happens every day!

So it's time to buckle down and learn everything you can about this disorder and what you can do to correct it.

For example, you can subscribe to the PCOS Health Review, a free email newsletter that gives you the latest information about polycystic ovarian syndrome, infertility and other related issues.

Your diet is the core element of any successful program to lose weight, reduce PCOS-related symptoms and be able to become pregnant.

The diet you need is not the diet you will like. The diet you need is the diet that is best for your situation and your genetic predisposition. Bagels for breakfast and pizza with soda pop for lunch is not acceptable.

I suggest you get a copy of this PCOS ebook that describes what you can do in terms of better diet, exercise and stress management. It is written specifically for women who have PCOS and infertility problems.

Yes, the diet is challenging. But think of the result you could achieve: a new baby for your future family.

You are not letting anyone down. Just get busy with taking better care of yourself. Help your body to heal itself.

Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to PCOS Success Story.


Get Answers to your Questions about

  • Fertility
  • Weight Control
  • Hair Loss
  • Stress
  • Unwanted Hair
  • Acne...and more!

FREE PCOS Report
and Newsletter

Your email is safe with us. We respect your privacy, and you may unsubscribe at any time.

Get Answers to Questions about

  • Fertility
  • Weight Control
  • Hair Loss
  • Stress
  • Unwanted Hair
  • Acne...and more!

FREE PCOS Report
and Newsletter

Your email is safe with us. We respect your privacy, and you may unsubscribe at any time.

Click Here for More Info


Recent Articles

  1. 16 Ways PCOS and Health Is Improved with Fish Oil

    Dec 07, 16 11:51 PM

    Omega-3 fish oil helps symptoms of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), including insulin resistance, heart and liver disease, diabetes, high triglycerides, depression and stress.

    Read More

  2. High anti-Mullerian hormone - Any Ideas?

    Dec 04, 16 07:26 PM

    Thank you for your newsletter! I have found it difficult to find useful, outside-the-box information on PCOS. I'm not a huge researcher because I find

    Read More

  3. PCOS May Be Treated with Aldactone, Flutamide, Propecia, or Proscar

    Dec 04, 16 02:58 PM

    Women with PCOS-related hirsutism, hair loss and acne may be treated with spironolactone (Aldactone), cyproterone acetate, flutamide (Eulexin), or finasteride (Propecia, Proscar).

    Read More