I am 18, i graduated from culinary school and moved to new hamshire to become a cook at a resort, where i met the man of my dreams and we just got married january 2, 2008. My whole life all i wanted to be was a mom and a house wife, i wanted to be there to take care of my family. My husband and i decided we wanted to try for children. i found a new job as a full time nanny, that way if i had a baby i could bring him or her with me to work and never miss those precious moments of life. I went to talk to my doctor and she told me i have PCOS, she told me to try to lose a little weight and see if my periods will regulate themselves and to come back to see her in 5 months. my husband was there when she told me and we both just started crying. 4 of my friends are pregnant now and they are all showing and due this summer. my 4th friend who is my very best is due September and she wanted me to have a baby soon too, so our kids could be friends and now i just feel heart broken. I haven't tried treatment yet because my doctor wanted me to wait 5 months and then try, but im just so devastated.
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