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Posted by TNPooh
on November 04, 1999 at 16:07:47:
In Reply to: polycystic ovaries posted by Jackie on November 03, 1999 at 09:45:19:
: Hi, My name is Jackie. I'm new to this. I'm 30 and was diagnosed with pco. I had a baby 7 years ago but he died from sids. I've been trying to get pregnant since. I've tried clomid and went to repronex. I tried that for 3 months but it was very expensive. I wasn't responding to that. They had me up to 4 viles a day. I'm back trying the clomid and so far nothing. I was reading some messages and you were talking about another drug. If possible please let me know what that does. I haven't given up hope yet but I'm really frustrated and angry at the world. I feel like I'm depressed all the time and no one knows what I'm going through. Any advise would be really appreciated. I would really like to talk to someone so I don't feel all alone. Thanks...Jackie
I have pco also. I am 26, for a few more days, and I have been on Clomid for 2 months, just started my third month. I have a 2 year old little boy, in which I conceived at the exact time that we wanted. Maybe I did not have pco then, I do not know. The Clomid is making me ovulate, but I am still not pregnant. It is so depressing knowing that I have had one normal conception, pregnancy, and delivery and I can not seem to do it again. Were you ovulating? Do you use an ovulation kit? Have you ever had a dye test? My doctor wants to do one next month and a sperm analysis if I am not pregnant. The insurance does not cover either and they will cost around $800. We are not loaded with money.
Have you tried every month for seven years? What other symptoms of pco do you have?
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