I am twenty four years old and married with two Children. A five and three year old, both boys. My husband has a great job which allows me to be a stay-at-home mother. Which I am grateful for. I was 19 when I got pregnant with my first child. Wow! What a surprise he was but he changed my life for the better. Of course, when it came to getting pregnant with my second child when thought it would easy just like my first but we soon found out that was wrong. We tried for almost a year and the doctor refused to do much testing to see why we weren't getting pregnant. She said it could take a year to a year and a half. Finally, she agreed to do some testing. When I arrived to get the testing done she first wanted to do a urine pregnancy test. I hadn't had a period for ever so I thought ok but why. I just new I wasn't pregnant.(I may have one to two periods a year) Another, surprise. I was pregnant. SO no true testing was done. After my second child was born I had the Mirena IUC put in as birth control. Never Had a period when it was in either. Doctor said that it was due to the IUC. Now, my husband and I are trying to concieve. After I had the Mirena removed in January of 2008, I still had no period. THe doctor said to give it a few months and see what happens. So the waiting game began. In August of 2008 my doctor finally ran test and I was diagnosed with PCOS. So I began taking Metformin and still am. I have lost 18 pounds but still no period or ovulation. ( NO BABY) I went to my doctor just last week for another check-up while on the metformin. So asked me what I felt about taking Clomid. I was excited to get things rolling but a little nervous. So my husband and I agreed and are waiting for my period so I can begin the clomid. She game me Provera to make me havea period. So hopefully this works. I just don't know if this is the right thing. I've had people tell me that I am pushing it. I have two wonderful children and I should just be happy that I was able to have two. I mean I know that there are others out there who are struggling to have their first, but am I doing wrong by asking for another?
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