I have 3 cyst on my left ovary I was told to stay in birth control for atleast 6 months and if I wanted kids I would need help from my doctor what does that mean. I really want a baby I've been trying to get pregnant for so long
I have several cysts on both ovaries. I was told that in order to get pregnant, I would need to use fertility drugs. I tried for years to get pregnant on my own without any success. I finally gave in and was started on Clomid. The third month of taking it, I got pregnant. I am now 28 weeks pregnant with a little girl. Don't give up; it is possible. Trust me, I was told at 18 that I had PCOS very bad and wouldn't be able to have kids. I just turned 36 but am now getting what I have always wanted. There is always hope. Good luck!
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