I miscarried both pregnancies which had nothing to do with PCOS so I'm still ttc. I believe the supplements I take along with acupuncture are what have made the last two IVF cycles result in pregnancy. Cutting sugar and carbs out of your diet will help the pcos and so will Metformin. We have so many infertility issues that IVF is the only way I've ever been successful. I've heard of many women becoming pregnant with PCOS. It may take us a little longer but it's definetly possible!! Don't loose hope! If I can help please PM me.
Just a quick note to say hi! I saw your post. PCOS will not prevent you from pregnancy. Your Dr may try you on Metformin for the pcos. As long as you are ovulating which if your not on your own something like clomid can help you. I've been pregnant twice using IVF but there is a lot more wrong with me then PCOS. Good luck to you! I hope your cervical biopsy comes back clear too!
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