Does anyboby really know the likely-hood of people that have PCOS-- that get preg.--I would really like some encouragement -- All the dr. say is that we will try clomid--then when that didnt work we will try fermera---when that didnt work --we will need to do a HSG and also a sperm count to prepare you for iui but can anybody tell me the likely--hood of preg. for christ sakes--the only bit of good news since the discovery of PCOS--is that my HSG test ame back good not blockages-- and uterus looked good--my only problem is ovulating--i have been reading alot of documents on PCOS latley and they all are so dicouaging--they say that if i were to become perg.. i would be a greater chance of miscarriage, and i may have premature baby, and then if i did carry the baby to term it has a great chance to be a big baby--then i read alittle more and it says that having PCOS could make me have high BP during preg. or even gestational diabetes. Is there any hope for a normal preg WITH psoc?
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