PCOS, EPO, Supplements...Hoping for a Miracle (Part 2)

by sanria
(Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Hello everybody... I have earlier posted PCOS, EPO, Supplements...Hoping for a Miracle.

My cycle has reduced to 5 weeks. My first day of last menses was on 14 Dec 2010. In mid Jan 2011, my pregnancy test shows negative. I've tried again in early Feb; it's negative too.

To my surprise, when I checked on 13 Mar 2011 (as I was planning to see doc to prescribe me provera to induce menstruation), it shows positive - 2 dark lines!!!

Doc confirms from the scan that I'm 5 weeks pregnant. He knows my history (having miscarried once + PCOS), he prescribed some multi-vitamins, folic acid and Duphaston (10mg) to secure the pregnancy.

I conceived naturally without going through the fertility program.

While feeling somewhat pleased, I still can't digest the fact as the timing does not commensurate with my dates. How could it be possible for me to ovulate 8 weeks after my last menses? Has anyone experienced the same and had a smooth pregnancy?

Please feel free to share and as I'm going insane trying to understand this whole thing!

--- Sue ---

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Miracle do happen....
by: Anonymous

Keep the faith... you can conceived (without medical intervention), that I have learned in a most surprising way!

My lil gal is 7 months now and when I look at her, I am awe for I was made to believe that it is not possible!

To the rest, change your lifestyle and keep up a positive outlook!

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Thanks for sharing!
by: CM

Thank you so much for sharing your story! I wish you a happy healthy pregancy!

From one cyster to another :)

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It happens...
by: Anonymous

Just an update...

To all....

I still can't believe I'm pregnant after being told by 2 different doctors that I can't.

Well, it is still possible to ovulate on your own (without medical intervention) even with PCOS. Just that you don't know when... because it is sporadic.

I've been asked to come for repeat scan on weekly basis up till 10 weeks... (2 more weeks to go) but the Doc keep reminding me that the risk is still there. So far, the progress is fairly good that the doc is getting more excited than I am! ;)

So, I guess it is worth changing diet, lifestyle & feeling good helps.

To the rest.... ALL THE BEST!

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Editor's comments: Congrats on the pregnancy!

Lots of women tell us they are able to conceive once they improve their diet, lifestyle and attitude.

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