I have Pecos but ovulate- opk , and dr tests- and have my period every 28-30 days. Previously I had a 35-37 day cycle. After the 2nd miscarriage I have a 28day cycle , at most 30days now. But still no pregnancy, and I am even tired of sex now as seems futile. Anyone with pcos and regular cycle? I have not been prescribed clomid.
I have PCOS and started my Clomid 50 mg last week. I have a 5 yr old son and I didn't take any fertility meds to conceive, but I've been trying for a yr and a half for #2 with no luck. Before I conceived my son my periods came once every 2 or 3 months, but ever since I gave birth to him my periods have been every 32-34 days like clock work. I can't believe I'm having such a hard time getting pregnant. I'm hoping this round of Clomid works.
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