Hi to all on this forum, it has proved very useful and genuine, thank you
My wife was diagnosed with PCOS just over five years ago, since then we have been trying for a child for about 4 years, well 3 months ago(while on vacation) we had the most beautiful news, that was my lady becoming pregnant, we had tried most of the available treatments here, and previously she was taking metformin, but she decided to stop taking them about 2 months before our vacation, Natalie has also been trying desperately to keep her weight down too, Natalie went from a size 18 down to a 14, we had almost given up on the thought of conceiving naturally, and we had started thinking about IVF.
One point I would like to raise is that having organic veg on offer seams to have helped a lot, I have also read that washing veg in 1 part vinegar to 12 parts water, then rinsing can also remove a lot of the chemicals in veg too.
Now my request for advice is now that we have managed to pass the magical 15 weeks, is there any advice on how to best go forward, there are many conflicting articles on the net regarding PCOS and pregnancy, some scare the life out of me with statements like PCOS women are 45% more likely to miscarry, and others state that there really is no difference between a normal pregnancy and a pregnancy with PCOS. Err Help
If a anyone could help us that would be great