Im 20 years old, and i found out i had PCOS when i turned 17. It was the most devastating news i had ever heard. I had always seen myself with kids, 5 of them...i still have dreams about them. Everyday i dream about having children, i guess it doesn't help that i work with them everyday at a photo studio. How do you all deal with the feeling of maybe not being able to carry your own kids. i have never ever gotten a period, so my hope for having kids has pretty much diminished. People keep telling me there are other options...but its not the same? I just feel incomplete. I know im still young, but i would like to think about this stuff now before hand. Thanks if you can help. Michelle
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