I've always been told that I can not have any more children once I went to see my ob/gyn at the time, about expanding my family. She said to me that I had gained to much weight and must loose it in order to even think about having a second child. I also wen to a fertility specialist that told me the same thing, he didn't want to help me. I got a second opinion on this and was told exactly the same thing again! The doctor I was then seeing, decided to put me on metphormin (which is a drug for diabetics) It was supposed to help me loose weight and become pregnant. Well, I had an allergic reaction to the medicine. My face bloated and was red with a rash. When I got home I started to throw up and discovered my blood was contained in that mucus and so forth. I went back to the doctor and told him the situation. He tells me that 'I'm not used to it and he would lower my dosage." I went to my PCP and he told me that I was allergic to the medicine and had to prescribe me an ulcer medicine that helped get rid of the throwing up blood problem. My PCP told me to go get a second opinion on this second opinion that I had rec'vd, he thought he was wrong about everything he was telling me. I then found my newest ob/gyn, who seems to actually care about his patients. He wants us to get a sperm analyst and blood work done. He wants to flush my tubes of anything that my be preventing my fertile eggs from circulating and if that doesn't help he is going to put me on fermara. He didn't tell me that I couldn't get pregnant just because I'm over weight, he just said it would be in the best interest of myself to try and loose a few pounds before or work out while pregnant because it does cause high risk pregnancy. Well, my daughter was a high risk pregnancy and I wasn't over weight until after I had her. I'm just feeling now that my biological clock is ticking and we need to have another child before we get ne older. If ne one else has any thought on this, let me know. Thanks for being there and listening
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