i recently went to the doctor and was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and pcos. I take metformin and have had 3 regular periods, however not been able to conceive. My husband and i have been trying for what seems to be forever. The doctor told me my chances werent good. has anyone else dealt with this? is there any hope for me? i am terrified that the one thing i want more than anything wont happen.
i was diagnosed with pcos when i was 13 im 16 now and have been told i have got a slim chance of getting pregnant. I also have high insulin levels which mess with my hormoans and i put weight on 5 times as quick as what a normal person would, i also take metformin. Your lucky you have periods as i havent had one since my birthday in august and i rarely have them either, i seem to have them everytime i am on holiday which is very annoying =(
i got told if i lost weight my periods should come back and they told me this in may and since then i have lost around 2 stone but no luck so in feb if they still have'nt came back i have got to have a load of blood tests done.
just keep trying maybe one day your be pregnant when your least expecting it =)
I was also told that if i lost the weight it would be easier and i would have a better chance of concieving, in the last 4 months i have lost 40 pounds, it hasnt been easy but when you want a baby you will do just about anything! I know what it is like to be young and find out this life changing news, i myself am only 22 and it is very scary to think you have a long rode ahead of you! i have had all the blood tests done also, hopefully this month a pregnancy will take place, i just got to tell myself it will happen or you make yourself very depressed. I am sure everything will work out, and trust me i know it doesnt seem like it will!