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Re: Will PCOS effect my pregnancy?
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Posted by Bugsy
on September 10, 2000 at 13:45:57:
In Reply to: Re: Will PCOS effect my pregnancy? posted by Lynn on June 10, 2000 at 08:19:24:
: : : : Hi...I don't want to discourage you, but if the levels don't look good then there really is nothing more you can do at this point. Just let nature take its course as hard as that may be.
: : : I have pcos and wild hormone levels. With ivf and hormone treatment I have been pregnant 4 times all ending in miscarrge before 12 weeks. I have been told that my high LH level caused by pcos does not provide the correct environment to sustain the prgnancy and at the moment there are some drugs which may help. I am struggling to find our what these are and how they could be an option. Has any one taken any after conception that may help?
: : After a previous miscarriage (following Chlomid), I went on an herbal program and when I conceived I was afraid of miscarrying again so my midwife had me take False Unicorn Root Tincture. I also have PCOS.
: Did the False Unicorn Root Tincture work. Do you know anyone else that has PCOS that has been able to carry full term?
I have been looking around on the internet and have found quite a few postings by women with PCOS who have happy healthy families. Don't panic and seek lots of specialist advice (as in, from a Dr who knows what they are talking about!!)
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