Hey ladies!!

TTC with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome? Find support here!

Moderators: unaffected, JessM, southernbelle, maddy

Hey ladies!!

Postby Brode10 » Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:21 pm

Just registered. My name is Brody.
My wife has PCOS and was diagnosed about a year ago. We are so incredibly thankful for the 18 month old we now understand how lucky we are to have conceived. I am here in search of advice as I am struggling to be her support team. Our marriage is seriously being put to the test these last 16 months as things have really been amplified. I hope to meet some people in my shoes as well as some outside advice from those in her shoes because I want nothing more then to be able to help her, support her and encourage her to fight it!,
If that is alright with all of you!!!
Brode10
Newbie
Newbie
 
Posts: 1
Joined: Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:12 pm

Re: Hey ladies!!

Postby Danaa » Sun Sep 17, 2017 2:03 am

Hello and welcome!!
Im sorry to hear about your struggles,is really hard when you have been trying for a baby for so long.
Is really sweet of you researching pcos.
I don't have pcos so I can't really be of much help but i have read lots of stories where the ladies changed their life style around,lost lots of weight,cut carbs and sugar etc and they managed to have regular periods and keep the pcos under control.
I wish you good luck and I hope you find more informations!!
Image
My Ovulation Chart
.
Me 29
DH 31
After 3 years in which we tried everything we are doing IVF in Greece with Iakentro Athens.
Short Protocol with Bemfola and Cetrotide
19mature eggs and we have 9 day5 blasto.
FET#1 ended in a very early loss,chemical pregnancy.
FET#2 ended in a loss at 22w due to IC,my boys will be forever in my heart .
FET#3 MMC at the 10 weeks ultrasound.
FET#4 2018
Danaa
Girlfriend
Girlfriend
 
Posts: 9977
Joined: Wed Nov 12, 2014 5:54 am

Re: Hey ladies!!

Postby Emma666 » Thu May 17, 2018 9:37 pm

Hi! Welcome to this forum. Sorry to hear about your struggles. But I must appreciate you that you are dealing nice way. I had a complication from the start of my marriage. I was diagnosed with PCOS. I didn't conceive naturally. When I came to know about IVF, I had tried it and blessed with a baby boy. I suggest you that you and your wife go for IVF. I hope it helps you out and fulfills your wish of being a parent. Best wishes
Emma666
Friend
 
Posts: 12
Joined: Fri Apr 13, 2018 7:07 pm

Re: Hey ladies!!

Postby @whenmytruerainbow » Fri Jun 15, 2018 4:51 am

Hello, Brody! Sorry you've found yourself here. Welcome!
Firstly, cardially congratulate you with your 18 mns old :D May your bundle of joy be healthy and happy. Secondly, every struggling/treatmen effects the relationship. Here's no better way out than being a rock of support for each other. Investigating PCOS issues for your wife is super great thing you're doing, really. This is so touchy..Unfortunately one cannot get rid off PCOS at all but can ease or eliminate some of the bothering symptoms. I have both myself--endo and PCOS. In the time flow I cannot tell the symptoms one from another. They seem to have penetrated into complete unit causing one BIG complication --I couldn't conceive on my own :cry: We had to apply for the fertility expert's help. 2 failed fresh ivf with oe had been behind when we first started considering using donor egg. I can imagine your sweetie if going through now. Pretty tough things, but I believe you'll battle them together. Wish you all the best!!
@whenmytruerainbow
BabyDuster
BabyDuster
 
Posts: 115
Joined: Fri Mar 09, 2018 9:24 am


Return to PCOS Support