I was diagnosed with pcos in Oct of '06 when I was 24 and I was almost happy about my diagnisis. Maybe the right word is relieved. I always knew something was not quite right. My husband and I started trying to have a baby in Aug. of '06 and after 3 months with no luck and no periods I knew I needed some help. I went to the doctor Oct. 30th and was given a shot to get my period and the lowest dose of clomid. I was pregnant 3 weeks later! I was so happy, I couldnt beleive that was all it took. Well my daughter just turned 2 last month and we have been trying to get pregnant again since March of this year. I have taken 1, 2, 3, pills of clomid and have been on metformin for about 2 1/2 months. Nothing! I am devestated every month after being on a hormonal rollercoaster to only have nothing happen. I have had ultrasounds the last 2 months and they tell me my lining is nice and thick but my eggs are not responding. I will be calling in the morning to see what they want me to do next. I think they will try femera next but am not sure and I am not familiar with it so I am unsure of it. I am just reaching out to anyone out there who may understand what I am going through. I try to talk to friends and family about it but no one really knows what to say to me. They tell me they are praying for me and thinking of me which is nice to hear, but I need more. I need to have hope and stay strong so I can continue trying. Thank you for listening to me and please, any input will be greatly appreciated.
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