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miscarriage an pollycystic ovary syndrome

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2angelbabiesupabove Wed 12-Oct-16 14:21:26

hi im 26 an i have 2 miscarriages 1 when i 19 an 1 when i 21, i am now married myself an my husband have been trying an trying since the 2nd one but nothing is happening...i have pollycystic ovarian syndrome i was diagnosed with this soon after my 2nd miscarriage an have been through numerous tests but my doctor said i need to lose some more weight for to get treatment to help me concieve, I have now lost 3 stone an still this isnt good enough its getting harder an harder I need some help an advice on what to do next ? I feel like we are never going to have babies. My husband already has 2 children from a previous relationship an he has also been tested his sperm count is fine its me that is the problem....I feel alone in this i cant talk to my friends or family they just keep saying it will happen when its ment to be but nearly 6 years on an still nothing

2angelbabiesupabove Wed 12-Oct-16 14:24:26

Im grateful for any advice an help need it be little or big all is welcome

CupofTeaTime Wed 12-Oct-16 14:31:59

Hello, I have PCOS and have had one miscarriage. I also have a son who is 4 and I'm 33 weeks pregnant with a girl. Don't give up hope! Have you looked into or discussed with your doctor about Metformin? This for me was amazing, it helped me lose weight and kept my cycles very regular. In each case it took over two years to conceive my children but we got there in the end. Also the best diet for ladies with PCOS is the Low GI diet, I lost lots of weight on this diet, a traditional low fat diet never worked for me as having PCOS affects how you process sugars. Good luck and feel free to ask me anything x

Whenwillwe3meetagain Wed 12-Oct-16 14:35:18

Yes I was going to advise metformin too. I was lucky and it only took 3 months to get pregnant. Then I continued to take it as it is thought to help prevent miscarriages. All the best.

2angelbabiesupabove Wed 12-Oct-16 14:47:32

thank you both for commenting an congratulations on ur baby girl 😊 I have asked my doctor about this tablet an she told me that she cant prescribe it to me it has to be a consultant but the waiting list to see him is from 6 months to a year its a joke really.....I get very down about it all alot but i hide it very well even from people that r close to me like my husband and my best friend my doctor told me she qas gunna get me into to talk to someone about my feellings an worries but as usless as the NHS is ill probably be waiting months for this too

wiltingfast Wed 12-Oct-16 17:19:08

I have recently been taking myo inositol and alpha lipoic acid for PCOS and have noticed a weight loss on my waist (v stubborn area as I'm sure you know, even after I lost loads of weight on WW, it has stuck there)

They were recommended in a book which includes a piece on PCOS and infertility - It Begins with the Egg.

Good luck!

bananafish81 Sat 15-Oct-16 21:17:36

I'm lean PCOS but my Dr put me on metformin because of the increased risk of miscarriage. The standard fertility dose is 500mg twice daily but he put me on the miscarriage dose of 850mg

Sadly I miscarried my second pregnancy but I'm staying on the higher dose of metformin

My embryos were both chromosomally normal but my issues are related to my endometrium, not PCOS - so the metformin is just a precaution.

bananafish81 Sat 15-Oct-16 21:19:13

In the mean time you can also take myo inositol as wilting advises

I take Inofolic sachets daily along with my met. I have to watch out because it can help you lose weight and I'm borderline underweight, but if you struggle with your weight then these may help you!

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