I was diagnosed with this mess when I was 14. It didn't matter to me then because the only symptom I had was irregular periods. So I was put on the pill and that was that. Well I got married when I was 19, and wanted to start trying right away. So...I went off the pill and tried about 6 months with no luck, and it was weird because I had started to gain weight. I was 130lbs when I got married. I am now 225. Another side effect from going off the pill was the facial hair I grew. My husband and I tried Clomid for a year,each month a higher dose, and I had gained about 50lbs. that first year. Because of this stupid disease I am now divorced, I still don't have children, I have more facial hair then I did before, and now if I wanted to have kids, I have to start all over again and find a man. Weighing more then before, my self esteem in the craper, and having all this hair on my face. I really need some help, support, or advice.
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