Trying for baby #2 with fertility issues

Amy - posted on 12/14/2010 ( 6 moms have responded )

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hi all,

We have a beautiful 3 month old daughter who we conceived after 3 years of fertility treatment fighting against pcos. I lost 84lbs in the time to lesson the symptoms of pcos and allow fertility meds to work a whole load better.

Anyway, we are now trying for baby #2 as it seems that AF may have returned to a 35 day cycle. Last month we had no success but I am hoping we can conceive naturally this time!! Good luck to all :)

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Mari Ann - posted on 02/24/2012

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We are TTC #2 also..It took us almost 2 years & 5 miscarriages to get pregnant w/our DD. We saw our amazing RE who put me on Glumetza & did surgery to help correct my PCOS & endometriosis. We have been trying for over 8mos to conceive baby #2, and had once miscarriage in July. We start Clomid on my next cycle. I'm hoping we don't have to do anything more.

Amy - posted on 01/22/2012

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well!! I am now 33 weeks pregnant with a little boy! Took us to take clomid again, but we got him!! After an eptopic pregnancy I was devastated but the next month we were blessed with our healthy boy!

Katrina - posted on 01/13/2012

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Hi i got a 28th old baby girl and been trying since she was 18 mnth old to get pregnant again i been late 4 times either 4 days to 17days late and recently had a miscarrige during the week of christmass i was wondering if i cud b having fertility problems or not im only 110lbs a 5 ft 3 inches so i dont know if my weight is in issue but i would love any advice that u can give me email here or papergirl2008@yahoo.com

Megan - posted on 12/21/2010

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good luck! We are also trying for number 2 and I have pcos but my fertility doc wants to jump straight to injectables instead of a lesser fertility med first. I found another doc that has given me Metformin to see if that will help and we are trying too.

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