I was diagnosed with...well I don't know what I was diagnosed with, just that I had high testosterone levels and that oddly enough my ovaries were the culprit. I want to get pregnant in about three or four years, I want to have two kids by the time I'm 27-28 and then I want to be done having kids. I have this plan, I don't know what is really going on with my body, but I want to find out well in advance of the deadlines I've given myself. Has anyone else be diagnosed with this? What did you do, what should I do? My doctor said that if I ever wanted to have babies, that a year or two in advance I would need to start taking drugs that would stop the testosterone production so that I could ovulate, as of today I haven't had a period in five months. I feel like my doctor isn't going into detail because he's just a general doctor and not a specialist, I don't think he knows enough about it, but I feel like I'd be jumping the gun to demand a specialist for something that I don't even want to happen for another two or three years. My head is spinning. help.
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