Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Community
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Advice Please

I have had PCOS for about 7 years and have done all I can do to improve my chances of having a baby. My S/O is in the military, I respect that he is following his dreams and has goals but he also wants children. I'm almost 30 now... I told him that it would already be unlikely to happen because of the PCOS but now we will have to worry about age also. How many woman out there have had healthy babies in their late 30's or early 40's?
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HI,
Women in their 30’s and 40’s can have healthy babies nowadays. I suggest that you seek medical help for your PCOS as you have been with it since 7 years without any result. This is also necessary because of the other problem of being away from home. Hence systematic planning will be necessary.
Hope this helps.
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