PCOS, Successful with Twins

My teenage went alright with normal regular periods but it was at 25 my periods started getting irregular.

I was in relationship then and we kept on repeating the pregnancy test which of course was negative and it was not surprising.

So it became a puzzle until I made up my mind to see the doctor when I was diagnosed with bilateral PCOS.

I was so overwhelmed that instead of doing the diet, exercise and healthy living, I did just the opposite with worries, just to make the matter worse.

Everyone around me got pregnant so easily, planning perfectly to fit into their career.

Finally I made up my mind to try Clomid after failed attempts with herbal medicines and metformin only.

On 3rd dosage I finally got pregnant but scared to even admit as it was hard to believe after seeing so many negatives before.

Pregnancy went fairly well with little complications and I delivered twins. They were in ICU for 5 days but discharged. Now they are doing good and I feel self-content, happy and God blessed at last, although a long route.

I wish you all, everyone out there, to have success in your motherhood experience as we all deserve.

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