PCOS cycles regulated. Now I'm late. WTF?

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PCOS cycles regulated. Now I'm late. WTF?

Postby wannabemama89 » Tue Nov 22, 2016 12:26 pm

My husband and I have been trying to conceive for over 4 years. Diagnosed with PCOS/insulin resistance about 5 years ago. I decided in July to lose weight and see if everything regulated and it did. I've lost nearly 70lbs and my periods regulated to 32 day cycles after being non existent without the help of provera. August, September, and October I had perfect 32 day cycles. We BD'd from the day AF ended until AF started again, every other day just to cover all bases. AF was due 11/17 and has yet to show. My HPT was negative on the 17th and 18th. I've been extremely tired, lost my appetite completely and my breasts seem fuller but not sore. Otherwise no symptoms that make me think PREGNANT. My mom said with all 3 of us, me and my sisters, her HPT weren't positive until 8 weeks or so. But I am not getting my hopes up for that. I am just hoping PCOS symptoms aren't returning even though I am maintaining my weight and actually still losing weight. Could I be pregnant? Anyone have a similar situation?
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Re: PCOS cycles regulated. Now I'm late. WTF?

Postby Danaa » Tue Nov 22, 2016 2:20 pm

It is possible you are pregnant and the tests aren't showing considering ur mom had the same problem or you ovulated later than usual or not at all.
I think you should test again or call ur doctor !
Good luck!
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