PCOS, IVF, and Natural Conception

by twinmom
(london)

I too, was diagnosed with PCOS when I was 17 years old. I got married when I was 20 and knew I would never be able to become a mom.

We tried to get pregnant naturally for two years with no success, then my OBGYN said my chances for conceiving naturally are nil, our only way to parenthood would be through IVF treatment.

After working hard to get funds for IVF we tried our luck and first time round we conceived!!

When I turn 23 I gave birth to beautiful twin girls!!!!!

I thank God for my bundle of joy everyday; since they were born we changed our diet to vegan diet.

They are now 3 years old and just found out we are expecting again!! What a miracle! Completely natural conception we feel incredibly blessed! Am now 11 weeks gone and can't wait for my scan next week!

Please don't lose heart... God knows what you are going through and he will work for your best if you trust him to do what is best for you.

I wish you the very best in your road to success towards motherhood.
God bless you all.

Twinmom, & 11 week bump

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