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hi all ladies, i have a doubt which i want u all to help me with.b4 my 1st pregnancy i had PCOD (polycystic ovarian disease).i had gone to a fertility doctor and i was under medication for abt 11months.i was on metformin also.my gynach used to gv me FSH and LH harmone injections to get pregnant.but it didnt happen for 11mths with all this medication.then finally i gave up all medication and lost hopes of bcming pregnant.after 5mths then i got pregnant without any medication. now my question is do i still have PCOD.by grace of god i deliverd a darling baby girl last yr.do i still have chances of having fertility problems in the future? will i have to take medication again? i wud like all u ladies to please give me ur opinion abt this. regards 1 todie32
11/4/2017
All these questions can be answered if you see a doctor. It might be that you are no longer suffering from PCOS. If you conceived without any medical help. If you still had an assistance to conceive. We would have suggested that you are having a problem. I am hoping for the best. You should too. But go and see a doctor to be certain. Maybe there were remains of some problems. According to me I think should you should be optimistic. Look for positive results too. When you get to now where the problem lies. You will have a different perspective of how you are going to solve the issue. After you have seen a doctor you can come and tell us the results. Like how the meeting was. If everything went okay. 2 Noreen
11/9/2017
Hi Todie. First of all, congratulations. You managed to have a baby against all odds. Iím glad to hear that. Now, about your question. Yes, there is a possibility. You might still have PCOS. Since you left the treatment before the end. That might cause problems in the future. Fortunately, there is an easy way to find out. Visit an OB again. The doctor will conduct a scan to see if you still have PCOS. If you, still have it then I would suggest continuing treatment for it. You might get lucky again without treatments too, but why take the risk? Good luck! 3 Kato
11/10/2017
Hi there. You are incredibly lucky. Not many people manage to have a child with PCOS. Conception is still common, but it usually results in a miscarriage. Iím glad to hear that you had a different experience. You grew tired of the treatment and left it. However, I believe that it was the 11 months of treatment that made the difference. That is what enabled you to have a child. The treatment controlled your PCOS condition. I think you should complete the treatment. This way you can avoid complications in future pregnancies. Visit your gynecologist again. That will help you ascertain if you still have PCOS or not. I sincerely hope you donít. Keep us updated. 4 Zion
11/10/2017
Hey. Wow. Congratulations on having a child. Despite PCOS! That sure is incredible. Many women consider PCOS to be the final nail in the coffin. They believe that their dreams of having a child canít be realized now. You are an inspiration to them all. I think the treatment made it possible. It may have inhibited the condition. I think if you had continued the treatment you might have cured it completely. However, it is still not too late. Visit your doctor again. Maybe he/she will prescribe the same treatment again. I hope it works out. 5 jawemoty
11/10/2017
Hello.Congratulations! I am glad your story ends well. You asked about PCOS. Whether you might still have it or not? Yes, it is possible. Iím sorry to say that. Unfortunately, it is the truth. Moreover, it can also cause complications in future pregnancies. The opposite is also true, however. You might be lucky the second time too. You might manage to have another baby without further treatment. Regardless, if you still have PCOS it could be a problem. PCOS just doesnít cause problems with fertility. It can affect other aspects of life too. 6 Webber
11/10/2017
Hey Todie, congratulation on the birth of your baby girl. PCOs are very common these days, and it has no cure. It's treatment usually includes some of the basic lifestyle changes like losing weight and regular exercise. Having balanced and healthy diet is also important. It can cause poor fertility but can be cured with these lifestyle changes. My sister had PCOs and she is a mother of three kids. She was on metformin for some time. However, now she is off medication, and by losing weight, health lifestyles she has treated her disease. So don't worry dear. You can also make these lifestyle changes and still if that's not effective IVF may be your last resort. 7 Matthews
11/10/2017
Hello. I am very happy for your baby girl. May she be blessed with the best health. I am glad to know that she is not facing any malformation or malnutrition. I learned about your problem. This problem is very common in childbearing women nowadays. It is very good prognosis that you have been taking medicine already. These medications will definitely have a very good effect on your health. I can totally understand your concerns about your disease. Once you have suffered from a disease your mind keeps on thinking about that. Your concerns are totally genuine. If I have to advise you I will ask you to visit a clinic. Which will take your proper tests and will let you know your inner condition?†They have all the latest facilities and types of equipment.† You can easily be aware of your present condition. In case you are still having this problem they will prescribe you with the best medications. I hope this visit will help you in all scenarios. 8 Chiseler
11/10/2017
Hi Todie. First, I would congratulate you on your baby girl. I am really happy for you. Finally, you were able to have your baby after 11 months of struggle. You should not have lost hope. PCOD has become very common nowadays. The reason behind it is getting common is our diet and lifestyle. We have started eating a lot of junk food. Due to this, most of the women are overweight. The result of being overweight is PCOD. PCOD donít have any treatment in particular. However, it can be treated. We should have a balanced diet along with healthy lifestyle to avoid this problem. I think a doctor can guide you better. You must consult a doctor about you should continue the medicines or not. Good luck. 9 Lambert
11/10/2017
Hello Todie. I hope you are doing great. How is your baby girl? Accept my sincere congratulation on the birth of your baby girl. The struggle of eleven months paid off. I am glad that you have a healthy baby girl. PCOD has now become a very common disease. Almost 8 Ė 20 percent of reproductive age women are suffering from PCOD. The ratio is becoming alarming. The reason for this disease is our unhealthy lifestyles. We made junk food the necessary part of our life. Due to this, fatigue is becoming very common. As a result of fatigue, PCOD occurs. It can be treated if we change our lifestyles. I think you should consult the doctor to confirm about if you should continue the medicine or not. 10 Katherine
11/10/2017
Hello girl, I hope you will find my words best in your health. First of all, Congratulations for giving the birth to sweetheart baby girl. PCO can be treated from changing your moderate lifestyle to a healthy lifestyle. You should not take more than 1400 kcals per day. You should do regular exercise. No saturated fats only monosaturated fats e.g olive oil, fish oil. It can cause poor fertility but it can be prevented and cured by a healthy lifestyle and healthy dietary habits. My neighbor suffered from PCO. She is now the mother of 2 young kids now. PCOs are very common these days. I donít think you will need to take medication again. And if you get any infertility problem God Forbid then go for surrogacy in the Ukraine clinic. I have good experience with them. They have amazing and pocket-friendly packages. 11 Nicholson
11/10/2017
Hi Isabel. I am so sorry for your ovaries removal. Your matter is obviously of a lot of concern as you can never be a mother again. You want to conceive and still not able to do anymore. I can understand the pain you are going through. You should be thankful for the new life you have. You shave got another chance to have your baby some other way, after the removal of your ovaries. I was also in the same depression when I came to know about my heart disease. Things were pretty difficult for me as well. But I learned to cope with them with the passage of time. I am having my treatment but still, there is no success with it. Medications take a lot of time to cure the problem of infertility. Why donít you opt for surrogacy? It is a very reliable process to have a baby. I have a beautiful baby just because of surrogacy and that is why I am suggesting you about it. Rest is on you. Take care. 12 Matilda†
11/10/2017
Oh, Isabel! You seem to be very concerned about your infertility issue. Family and children are always a very important thing in our lives because it is incomplete without them. There are a lot of cases related to ovary removal and it is driving all the women towards depression. The same has happened in your case. You should have some faith and hope. Losing all the hope is not the right option for you. I hope you are understanding me. You are not alone in this because I am also unable to get pregnant. It is not the infertility issue, itís my heart disease that is not letting me have my own babies. I did not lose hope and continued to search some other way of having my own baby. In the end, I found one and it is surrogacy. I could never think that I will have a baby but surrogacy made it possible for me as I am a happy mother after all those tiring years. So look into surrogacy, dear. Bye. 13 McCarty
11/10/2017
Hello Isabel. I can understand your feelings as you are going through the difficult phase of your life. Please do not be so upset. Things happen to all of us. The good thing is that you have got a second chance to live after your ovaries removal. Do not waste it. You are here for a reason and make it count. I was also going through the same phase when my doctor advised me to go for surrogacy. She knew that I can never become a mother due to my great disease, so she suggested me a way out of my miseries. Surrogacy really worked me as it has for other women as well. 2 years ago had my own baby and I cannot explain the feelings I had. You are not aged and you still have time. Try for any medication you want to but do consider surrogacy as well. I hope you also become a mother very soon. Much love. 14 McFarland
11/10/2017
Congratulations, honey! My SIL has PCOS and I know how long she has been trying to conceive... You are lucky (not many women who I know managed to give normal birth after PCOS). About the treatment - I feel you. You are absolutely right about it. Every one I think becomes sick of that, but honey, I still think one should complete it. You should visit your doc and tell them the whole story. I'm pretty sure it's not too late. Please share an update as soon as you have one :) 15 Eliza
11/10/2017
Congratulations for giving birth to a girl. I am sure you will make a great mum :) Leaving PCOS untreated is not a wise thing to do I believe. As far as I know, there is no cure for PCOS yet. Still, there are many ways you can reduce or eliminate the symptoms of PCOS and feel better. Most of these symptoms include acne, irregular periods, etc and the doctors try different medicines to help the patient. I am sure your doctors were also doing the same. I read somewhere that reducing only 5% excess weight can help women ovulate more regularly and eliminate other PCOS symptoms. This can be done with regular exercise and by improving the nutrition. I must tell you that losing weight is not easy. After a month of trying, you might as well just start thinking of giving it up, but it's worth keep trying. This helps reducing other complications that may arise with PCOS. Wishing you good luck! 16 Elizabeth†
11/10/2017
Oh, no. You should not quit the treatment. The medicines really help in reducing the risk of developing health complications that can seriously impact body functions of women with PCOS. The major health issues are heart diseases, diabetes, and stroke. Most of the medical practitioners advise their patients with PCOS to go on birth control. Since this does not come off as a very good option to women, they prefer not to abide by. Instead, they go home and craft a clean-eating meal plan and focus more on their exercise routine. Some even prefer using natural beauty products (yes, that does help, believe me). I think you should also be focusing on getting the key nutrients into your body to help it produce more blood. This will also improve your circulation. Essentially, you should be working with your body than controlling it. Good luck! 17 Whitney
11/10/2017

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fertility problems after 1st baby.