Reading Books about PCOS Gives Me a Positive Outlook

by Jessica

I have read books about how to manage PCOS and it gives me a positive outlook. I know I have to lose weight but it's so hard. I have put myself on a strict diet now because I know that it's the only way to success.

I was diagnosed with PCOS at 16. After seeing my doctor he referred me to a fertility specialist, which i am currently still seeing. She is so positive about me falling pregnant, and it helps that my sister has also fallen pregnant by seeing this specialist too.

I have been unprotected with my fiancée for more than 2 years, it does discourage me, but I do have faith that one day I will be holding a child of my own. Next year I'm getting married. When I get back from my honeymoon, I will be seeing my specialist again to help me conceive.

I like reading about everyone's experience, it helps me to deal.

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