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Friday, March 22, 2019

Women Living With PCOS.....

So many women are being diagnosed with PCOS everyday....What is the Solution?Healthy eating?drugs to control it?What do women with this situation do?



PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), which is an advanced form of PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disease)affects about 10 per cent of women in reproductive age groups

Having PCOS leads to weight gain, which is in turn,very difficult to lose.

Are you battling PCOS?recently diagnosed or you no longer have it and wanna share tips?
It is believed women with PCOS have a difficult time trying to get pregnant,in fact getting pregnant for them is better imagined according to what they are told...

Some of you have PCOS and are trying to conceive but don't even know....

Please join in the conversation if you have been there or there right now!

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    1. i have pcos ( but I see my period every month) and fibroids. Removed the fibroids years ago but they are back. I have been married since end of 2016, no baby yet. Doctor said the only way out is IVF. My husband and I don't live together yet. Still working on his papers to join me here. When he comes over permanently, we will try the IVF, but I'm hoping on God to give us babies naturally.

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    2. I have PCOS.Most times i miss my period and with birth control pills i can get them to regularise.Married for 2 yrs plus and TTCed. conceived last year through IVF did not want to waste time moving from one hospital to the other. On the weight gain I eat mostly proteins that way I'm able to loose weight and not be fat. You have avoid lots of oil. Google will give you a better lost of foods to avoid. They are a lot. Infact I live on keto diet except with pregnancy

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    3. I was diagnosed with PCOS but I have 2 babies now. My Doctor prescribed metformin after an ectopic pregnancy. 3 months into that prescription, my period became regular and by God’s Grace I conceived.

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    4. I am on that now. I am still waiting for my period,so that I can take letrozole...

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  2. Victoria Beckham has it. She controlled it by loosing weight cutting carbs and she conceived so easily. Maintaining a super healthy BMI is one sure way to control it. It’s a lot of sacrifice but doable.

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    1. Weight gain and weight loss

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    2. Pls, what do you mean by BMI?

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    3. @ada BMI means body mass index which is the weight of your body.

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    4. Body mass index, calculated using your weight and your height

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    5. Body Mass Index

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  3. I have waited for this post a long time...

    Thanks for bringing up this post, i am here to learn.

    Few years ago, i noticed my period was irregular which i complained about at my private clinic but i was tossed for several months.

    I later went to the government hospital for check up and complained about my irregular period. I was asked to go for an "ultrasound scan" which reviewed i had (PCOS). I was referred to a gynea after the result and placed on some medications. The medications(bromocriptine and glucophage) are tiring i must confess. I spend about 8000 buying the drugs (2 bottles of bromocriptine and a pack of glucophage).

    I feel better using the drugs over a year. At some point i stopped the medication because of the expenses. Will continue when am ready for conception.

    I look forward to having an understanding partner, which we can walk this journey together.

    I believe very soon, than i expect, i will testify...

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  4. God bless you Stella for this post, this has been my nightmare for the past 15 years of my life. I have been TTC for some years now but this monster gets coming in the way, not to talk about the money spent on drugs, scan and consultations with different Gynecologists. I was told it will stop once i give birth. Just looking up to God for a breakthrough

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    1. Have you tried using Clomid? I use that and I got pregnant the first time and had miscarriage, when I tried it the second time, I am a mother to the most healthy smart and beautiful 15 month baby girl. The only problem I have now is excess hair growth, that I believe will be over soon. My weight is perfect.

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  5. thank you for this topic ma. i was diagnosed with mild PCOS. i am 34, there was a time my period stopped coming, my dr prescribed birth control pills, it did work but i didnt like it. accidentally i started taking apple cider vinegar because i wanted to lose weight badly, the symptoms stopped and my period is back. in my opinion, women should stay away from postunol drugs.

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  6. Hello Nigerians,do you guys know about AMH levels ? I never heard about it till i left Nigeria to the US and i was trying to concieve for more than a year till i did the test,do you know that if your AMH level is low or very high ,you cannot conceive, i found out it was what had kept me from getting pregnant, tell your fertlity doctor to do AMH test to check your egg reserve and quality, ovarian reserve, cos people with PCOS have a high level of AMH,there are supplemnts to correct it ,i am taking them and did a test, my level got better,if you are intrested make a comment i will tell you the supplements used to get a good AMH level.

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    1. Pls tell me

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    2. Kindly reply with the name of the supplement

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    3. So what’s the supplement

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    4. Take Vitamin D3 1000iu to 2000iu,take COQ10,Omega 3 with fish oil,take Tumeric and ginger,do fertilty massages,check on the internet on how to do it, stay away from sugar and soy, pls eat healthy,take prenatal that has folate not folic acid.

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    5. I am interested. Please share it. I was diagnosed at age 19. Before then, when I didn't see my period for 6months and I wasn't sexually active, my parents took me to mama Ijaw. Am from south south and we so much believed in those women. After the massage, I was asked to come back in 2days time to collect the medicine that will aid the period to come out but the next day, I noticed dark blood and den followed by the red period but it wasn't flowing well. So by the time I went back, she gave me the medicine and my period flowed back, reddish and it was constant for 3yrs. That medicine was just 2000k. And the massage 200. As at then.
      for 3yrs I never missed my period until during my NySC It ceased again. I went to clinic and was diagnosed Pos. I was placed on 21days oral pills to bring the period everymonth. Then I got tried, I was adding weight.... Note, I have always been a slim person, up till date I have never been above 65.
      When I stopped, I didn't see it for some months , went to the internet and read up stuffs. then I stopped taking anything sugar and any other drink. I focused on my meals, more water, more veggies and boom it came back again. It has been constant.

      I missed my period and found out I was pregnant but I lost it at 3months.
      Am married, still ttc. Hoping, praying.. In fact I stopped believing it was PCOS because I do not have the symptoms other than the missed period. I don't have hairs, I am not fat....
      The mama that treated me back then is no more .
      It is well with us.. We will conquer PCOs.

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    6. My fellow posters, the truth abt pcos is not actually what you eat. It's ur hormones are out of order. All you need is detoxification like calcium d glucarate, berberine to help bring ur insulin level down, vitex for regulating ur reproductive hormones, zinc, vit D, fish oil, lipoic acid,myo inisitol and D-chiro inisitol. I like to deworm first before starting the supplements above. Do colon cleanse first. I'm not a doctor or a nurse practitioner. If I describe my pcos symptoms to u guy, u will bow for me. I did these I just listed above when I wanted to end my life, I was so depressed doctors gave me everything they knew possible it didn't work for me made my case even worse from clomide to metformin I can't even name all. My pcos triggered me to have allergic reactions. I got pregnant without knowing mind you I already have 2 kids 11 and 7, doctors said I will not able to give birth. I did research to save my life now I tell myself I'm d queen p of pcos. You can also do foot massage to help ur chances of conceiving. Also take adrenal support to manage stress levels bcos some it's stress that throws d hormones away. Best of wishes.

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  7. Hmmmm,Lord have mercy on women

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  8. Low carb and intermittent fasting is the way. I have coached a lot of women who are now pregnant. It takes discipline and sacrifice, but it works.

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  9. If you have PCOS please try the KETO diet. You can also research to to see how people use KETO for PCOS

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    1. I was diagnosed with pcos and hormonal imbalance 5years ago and am very slim infact if you see me you will think am 10years younger but with prayers, faith sowing, praying for pregnant women to deliver safely, holding peoples children and praying that I will hold mine like that and taking my drugs now am pregnant with my second child when the first is just a year old.

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    2. I need a clarification.

      I think PCOS is the cause of hormonal imbalance.

      Please, correct me if i am wrong

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    3. i think they are 5 & 6

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  10. Myo inositol, powder n tabs help.

    Metformin too.

    Reduce carbs.

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    1. Please bb are you a pharm or doc? Cos the way you reel out drugs and prescriptions to people complaining about one thing or the other... Just curious.

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    2. Nurse Eliza

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    3. Patient ajumogobia....lol. Cyclone, no, but I got dem at home.

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    4. BlackBerry that has balanced on her family bed chopping free food is which Pharmacist?
      Anyone that prefers her drugs to going to a doctor is on her own.
      You die they bury you.

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  11. Stella,
    I had PCOS 5 years ago,
    I have a son now,
    First I DID IT ALL,
    I went to that woman in ph u once advertised didnt work,
    did hsg at prism,
    went to that hospital in surulere that man that was said here to be very good
    Dr Orebanjo of parklande hospital nothing
    Did that 100 prayer or testimony stuff for ttc nothing.
    My marriage was hanging by the thread
    I even stopped working
    Got depressed and started eating just ugu and onions
    avoided soy products, diary products, milk, sugar,
    Trust me there is this glycerin index and something else where I ensured everything I ate was on the good part of the list.
    Treated infections,
    started taking
    CO ENZYME Q10(VERY EXPENSIVE)
    zinc SUPPLEMENT(VERY EXPENSIVE)
    vitamin e.
    I also took vitamin b12 injection
    Parlodel.
    If I can take back the hands of time I wouldn't take as much drugs as I did,
    Clomid, pregnacare.
    Jesus my sweat was smelling of drugs.
    I used my hard earned money to buy addyzoa, manix and zinc for the husband too cos honestly men can be useless.
    I got pregnant.
    N:B The husband had low sperm count
    my job was very stressful
    We both had infections
    Too much drugs changes your hormonal balance too so be careful.
    Village people too
    I dissapeared from SM
    I just followed my spirit and stopped talking to a few people.
    after I got pregnant some people didnt know till I gave birth.
    they still doubt if I was ever pregnant.
    But I Have pictures and the Cs scar for them.
    Its better they doubt than I die of depression.
    All my savings for years I gave to ttc.
    Its a very draining emotional journey that I dont even wish for my enemy.



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    1. I bless the name of the Lord for you.God Is Alive.

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    2. Thank God for your testimony

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  12. I know one of the way to curb its power is to manage one's weight.

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  13. Great job Stella for this post. I am currently conducting a research on PCOS. I would love to interview women who have been diagnosed with the condition. Please let me know where I can safely post my contact details to reach potential participants. Thank you.

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    1. How do i get your contact? i Would love to come for the interview

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  14. Enter your comment...God bless anonymous 13.48. pls I want to know the name of the supplement you are taking, thank you . thank you beautiful stella for this post.

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    1. Okay i am here,please take Vitamin D3 1000 iu to 2000iu,take Omega 3 that has fish oil,take Coq10,L_arginine,DHEA has side effects cos there is no 911 in Nigeria cos of emergency i won't advice people to take it ,take prenatal that has folate and DHA not folic acid but folate,do Yoga it helps for blood circulation to the ovaries and uetrus,ferlity massage too,you can check on the internet to see how fertility massage is done.

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    2. These supplements may be expensive in Nigeria but if you have friends abroad especially US,you can beg them to help you to get them,i buy mine from Amazon though.

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    3. Also stay awy from soy,sugar, less carbs are better,eat healthy

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    4. Pls help my hair is falling out I have severe acne mood swings hairy jaw irregular period do I have PCOS I don’t have money for tests

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    5. These are symptoms of PCOS, please visit a government hospital to be sure, do not let money hold you down

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  15. Low carb and very low sugar help big time. I'd recommend seeing an endocrinologist to help talk through treatments.

    Also, transitioning to plant based diet will help you lose weight and watch your symptoms disappear.

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    1. You mean transitioning to a meat based diet.
      Plant based diets are heavy in carbs.

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    2. Nah sis, plant based diet like avocados, nuts, starch, tomatoes etc.

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    3. Starch ke?
      A protein based diet is the best way out.
      Vegetables still has carbs though in low quantity

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    4. Starch and tomatoes ke? Please go and google their nutritional content. Is the word starch not indicative of high carb content?

      Which human being will be able to base a diet on nuts and avocados?
      Besides some nuts like cashews and peanuts which are the available and affordable ones in Naija are also high in carbs.
      A low carb diet is based on meat, fish, eggs and some controlled amount of green, leafy vegetables, controlled because they do contain some carbs, however low.

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  16. DAUGHTER OF JACOB22 March 2019 at 14:35

    Longrich products to the rescue. It has worked for a huge number of women.

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  17. PCOS...so many women suffer from this and they dunno. Since I started menstruating at age 14, I notice my period has never been regular I didn't bother because I felt not having monthly period was a relief that it would regularize itself much later. When I turn 18, the period was still not regular I confided in my mom and she took me to see a Dr who said it was hormonal imbalance and placed me on OCP for 3months. During that time, my period was regular but with heavy bleeding for 5-7days, lumps but no cramps. I felt it was due to the accumulated periods that wasnt expelled hence the heavy bleeding. It was a nightmare. I would change about 3 to 4 times at night before dawn. After the three months OCP. My period went back to being irregular. As usual, I didn't bother because I was tired of the flows and felt it was me taking a break. The following yr I saw another Dr who said it was hormonal imbalance and placed me on The same OCP. Then followed the heavy bleeding and after the three months I stopped and the period went back to being irregular. All those years it was irregular, didn't know when I ovulated(i don't think I had symptoms), couldn't calculate when my next period would come. It was like flying blind. In those years I was dating and sexually active. I never got pregnant even when I deliberately did it without protection to see if I would conceive but I never did. In all honesty, I wasn't all that bothered because I felt I was being shielded from committing an abortion since i wasnt ready to be a mom or for marriage. Fast forward to 2015 when I was in a serious relationship that would lead to marriage, I decided to do a proper investigation and I was diagnosed with PCOS (I was 26). The Dr said it would be difficult to get pregnant naturally. I got married early 2016 and still TTCing. Thank God for the man I married, he has been in the know since the very beginning. He loves me regardless and he has been so supportive and encouraging. Had a failed IVF last yr. I had to use donor eggs cause I didn't ovulate. The Dr said my ovaries were not responding even after stimulating them but I'm still pushing through though. It not been easy at all. The mood swings, constant knowledge that you are infertile especially seeing all your friends and even the ones you got married bfor having babies. Shout out to all those in the struggle, I know God will come through for us. Hang in there.

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    1. A big Amen in the Mighty name of JESUS

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    2. P. Scheherazade22 March 2019 at 16:10

      Please watch your words and the thoughts of your mind, they can be very powerful.
      You are NOT infertile.
      Exodus 23:25-26.
      God’s promise to they that serve Him, is that none of them shall be barren or cast their young. Hold on to that promise IN FAITH.
      Reorient your thoughts, they are powerful.

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    3. Amen to your prayers.

      Thank God you have an understanding partner

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    4. I had the same story as your irregular periods althrough my youth and even after i got married.i was diagnosised with PCOS. I had surgery called ovarian wedge ression. It fixed it for me. I had the surgery on april and got pregnant o december.

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    5. *ovarian wedge resection.

      Done in Nigeria?

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    6. Go and research about keto diet.
      It's a natural cure for PCOS.

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  18. I have PCOS. Sometimes it's frustrating because it feels like you don't have control of your body and it's all over the place. I know it causes infertility but I don't want children at all so that aspect does not bother me. I also know carbs and being overweight is a huge factor but sometimes you can be perfectly normal and eat healthy and it won't go away. It can be draining!

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  19. Found out I had pcos in my first year, was scared initially but thank God I met a good gynea, trying living a healthy lifestyle, control your weight, there are drugs that will also help your ovulation, above all remain calm and trust in your maker.

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  20. I am the anon up there that talked about AMH levels,with a low AMH you can have a failed IUI and IVF,so please if you have friends abroad or you can afford it, start taking Vitamin D3 the one without Soy,take Coq10, take Omega 3 with fish oil,take prenatal that has folate not folic acid,do fertily massage on your own with castor oil, check on the internet on how to do it,take tumeric and ginger, stop taking sugary things,take low carbs like brown rice ,more of protein and vegetables, drink water often,all these boosts eggs and feritily, may God answer your prayers, Amen.

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  21. I forgot to add L arginine

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  22. Hello dear. I also have PCOS and had a failed ivf two moneys ago. Gearing in for the second soon. I decided to have a hysterectomy done to check my womb and make sure everything was ok. Only for them to find multiple polyps which I had removed. I’m kinda positive it was the cause of my failed ivf. PCOS causes hormaonal imbalance and we can have excess estrogen which stimulates growth of polyps. I strongly recommend that you should go for a HSG or hysteroscopy. Most times a transvaginal u/s doesn’t pick it

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    1. Did you mean to write myomectomy? Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus.

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  23. i have pcos, and its been hell. i was diagnosed four years ago when i wasnt getting pregnant six months into my marraige and actively ttc'ing. before this time, my period has been irregular but since i stil got at least ten periods a year, i didnt bother much. i m not overweight, though i ve been plagued with mild acne right from when i hit puberty,so i didnt even that i had any condition at all. fast forward to after marriage and since i was already 32,we started ttc'ing right from our wedding night. when it didnt happen after 6 months, i ran to my doctor who conducted several test( hormonal assay, HSG, Trans-vaginal unltrasound scan, mcs/hvs) and came up with a diagnosis of pcos and advised i do ovulation stimulation. i did the ovulation stimulation using injectible gonadotropins and got pregnant the very first time. sadly i lost that pregnancy at 20 weeks due to cervical imcompetence. got pregnant 3 months later by natural conception( i guess pregnancy had balanced my hormones), but lost that pregnancy at 17 weeks again due to cervical incompetence.one yera later i got preganant after taking dostinex top correct my high prolactin levels. this time around i got a cerclage , but it failed at 20 weeks and i lost the pregnancy again. the herat break of it all! i swear i wanted to die, but thank God for his strenght. i was able to move on from the loss. presently i m trying to conceive again and i m taking myo-inositol, COQ10, vitamin E and Folic Acid. I m also ging to do ovulation induction using injectibles this april. praying i get pregnant on the first try. just because you have pcos doesnt mean you cant conceive or live a healthy life. it just means you will need conceiving and have to undertake some lifestyle changes to achieve your goal( weight managemment, watching what you eat, medications etc) . it is well oh.

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    1. Dear, it's settled in Christ's name ...Amen

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    2. Oh dear, may your desires come to pass in Jesus name.
      It is well with you.
      Hugsssss

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    3. e hugs to you ..you have been through so much ..and God will very soon wipe away every tears from you ...you will carry your own child

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    4. E-hugs dear. It is settled.

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    5. E-hugs dear,it is settled in Jesus name Amen

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    6. Anon 15:37 greetings from Christ Jesus.
      Sorry to hear abt ur struggles. There's a procedure that's done here in the states. I don't know which country you reside. I have friends who have what you have described where they sew the cervix and give an injection where d cervix is not losen. I don't know much abt it but ask some peofessional Drs where u reside or check ur blood grp may be u might be rehus negative blood grp when u are 7 mos u get an injection called RhoGam to prevent one from miscarriage.

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  24. Wow, so much knowledge In one post.
    May God come through for everyone going through this.

    Stella please can we have a post on cryptic pregnancy?

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  25. I was diagnosed of pcos last year, prior to that, I never heard about it. I have refused to take it as my report and what I do now is to take holy communion afterall the bible says the life of a thing is in the blood, so take the comunion as if you were taking drugs and see the life of Christ swallow up all traces of pcos. Use scriptures as those sicknesses and disease are from the pit of hell to attack the womb.

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  26. I'm a 47year old woman and had always been a PCOS lady all my productive life. i decided to start KETO few year ago and surprisingly my period became regular and just as i was happy about the regular period, i got pregnant too.

    PLEASE FOR ALL THE YOUNG LADIES TRYING TO CONCEIVE, I ASKED THAT YOU ALL TRY KETO AND I PRAY GOD ANSWERS YOUR HEART DESIRES.Amen

    Ijay.

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  27. People who are under weight too have pcos, I am planning on starting a foundation to help people conceive, this is my dream and I would be focusing on women with hormonal imbalance. I want to move back to Nigeria to do this, a lot of people are not informed, it made me traumatized as a child but now I know better, my prayer is for God to bless me, I want to help people especially women TTC.

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  28. Visit pax herbal clinic at the ewu monastery

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  29. Also, bible says if the spirit that raised up Christ dwells in you, that spirit will quicken your mortal body...by faith, release the quickening and healing power from your spirit to your womb.Pcos has to bow to the word of God...

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  30. i realised i had pcos later in life because i matched the symptoms stubborn weight gain , hair growing on my chin ,irregular periods ..i also had heavy bleeding and pains from fibroid ...i did a surgery and removed fibroid i then had my kids but the fibroid grew back with all the complications ...i finally had a hysterectomy because i was tired and i had my kids ..but the hair growing on my face is so annoying i have used cream.tweezers ,wax etc dnt know what else to do to get rid of it permanently

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  31. Please can anyone recommend a good and knowledgable doctor in Lagos? Most doctors are not knowledgeable about Pcos at all and they trivialize it. I have grown beards, the mood swing, the fatigue are tiring.

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    1. Try dr Balogun of reddington Ikeja branch

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    2. Dr olabisi of citizen medical center, ikoyi

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  32. Hello house,
    Am ope I had PCO, sometime ,I may not see my period for 7 to 8 month.
    I was not affected cos I was not messing around.
    I got married at the age of 32year n pregnant refuse to come.
    My husband family contact a doctor for me at luth in August.
    I did some test, and he asked me to byy just tWO drug, trust me house by Oct ending ,I was already pregnant two twin.
    So pco can be treated, once u can get a good gynecologist. N we have some of them in luth.I can't mention his name here.

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    1. What are the names ofnthe drugs you took.. wouldn't mind names too.. I'm desperate thanks.

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    2. Chai you also have English PCOS ?

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    3. Pls share with us the names of the drugs🙏🙏🙏

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  33. Can PCOS be detected through pelvic scan or through trans vaginal ultra sound?

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  34. Wow!! I'm so touched and at the same time grateful to God for me.. I had irregular periods growing up. Went from Hospital to hospital. Like sometimes, I wouldn't see my period for 4 or 5month..

    Thankfully, I got pregnant when I was ready. Just knew my ovulation, tried and boom!! My period only normalized 2yrs after I had my second baby.

    It is well

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  35. I had PCOS but God made me to conceive after I sent Stella an SOS for IHN. I started taking vitamin E 1000iu, Omega3, folic acid and evening primrose 1000mg 3x a day. God is a faithful God. I know I will carry my triplets to term and bring forth healthy babies cos I have lost 2 pregnancies and a baby last year. Please, remember me in prayers.

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  36. I feel for all of you with the condition trying to conceive. I wish you all, the best and may your heart desires come true in due season. 🙇🏾‍♀️

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  37. Stella a lot of women suffer from the dreadful endometriosis, can we please talk about it too.

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  38. I was diagnosed with PCOS 2 years into marriages and I was TTC. I was placed on Metformin and vitamin E plus folic Acid. 3 years later I got pregnant and I have 2 kids. Now what an dealing with is weight gain and my doc gave me metformin to deal with it

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  39. May the peace of the lord rest and abide with you all in the mighty name Amen

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  40. I stopped seeing my period since 2016,after going to different hospital and taking medication I was asked to go for scan and test for hormonal imbalance that was how I found that I had pcos and hormonal imbalance, then I registered with federal medical centre where I am seeing a gynaecologist, I am still undergoing treatment, I was placed on levofem I have been taking the drug for 5 month now,and I have been seeing my period regularly since I was placed on the drug although the gynea said I will only conceive through IVF,but I am still taking the drug as prescribed and believing that everything will be fine.

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    1. Hi levofem is a contraceptive. You can't get pregnant while on it. It doesn resolve PCOS it only resolves the system. The period you are getting is not a real one

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  41. I spent the whole day at the hospital today... Running tests.. Had a tvs done... The PCOS follicles keep increasing... And so does the pain.. Was told a laproscopy would do just fine... The pain cannot even be described.. I snap alot when in pain... And worse yet, it has led to constant yeast infection.. Antibiotics have finished all my natural lactobacilli bacteria that's supposed to be down there... It's really annoying.. Talk about the weight gain! That's another matter... I keep struggling.. I'd be ok one day but for now, it's body management..

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  42. I have pcos, I took some supplements for my first and same for the second. Planning to have another nextyear to round up

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  43. Is there similaritiy between fibroid and pcos,pls share

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  44. May God remember us all in the waiting room.I was diagnosed with asherman syndrome after a miscarriage.I have done the surgery thrice and there wasn't much changes,got pregnant after the last surgery and had miscarriage again. I'm exhausted from taking drugs,herbs and all other treatments recommended.Has anyone here had a successful treatment and pregnancy?help a sister

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  45. Thought I was alone in this journey oo. Was diagnosed with pcos 5 years ago, period has been irregular....Still trusting God ,cos he is faithful...

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