Remaining Optimistic

by Darcie

I also do not have a success story yet, but I am remaining optimistic. It is fantastic to have a forum like this where so many positive experiences are shared.

I was officially diagnosed with PCOS about a year and a half ago when my husband and I began to try for a family. Prior to that time, I was passed around from one doctor to another, none of whom was able to explain my lack of menses.

When I inquired about the possibility of having PCOS, that idea was dismissed because I don’t have any obvious symptoms (not overweight, not insulin resistant, no pronounced hirsutism, etc.).

Once they did diagnose PCOS (via ultrasound), I was put on Clomid and reacted poorly. I have now undergone 3 cycles with ingestibles that have enabled me to ovulate, but still no pregnancy.

I’m thinking about exploring a more homeopathic approach, but I have a difficult time finding information on PCOS. If anyone knows any good resources or has a similar experience, please post it.

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