Does anyone have experience with having bipolar and going through and IVF cycle? I feel like the hormones have made me absolutely bizerk! In addition, I hadn't been on any meds for quite some time. The last time I was on some, I took them for some months felt better then flushed the rest down the toilet. I also wondered if there were any significant risks in taking some medications while pregnant. My pdoc found out we were doing IVF and told me no meds during the first three months of pregnancy and said she would rather not take any risks on the meds, but also wanted to know if I thought it necessary to have another child since we already adopted? After breaking down crying, I am now at home pissed to the highest level of pissedivity!!! What nerve to ask that type of question! I am certain I am not the only person with BPII, GAD, OCD who desires to have biological children! I feel like going back there and stapling her ears to her head!!! Maybe that way she'll learn to listen! I certainly don't appreciate paying co-pays to be highly offended. In any event, if anyone has any experience with this it will help me. Thanks!
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