I have pcos and I'm currently 21 weeks pregnant with my second child. As long as she is healthy and not to overweight (I'm a little chubby) as that can effect fertility drastically. And I think that's incredibly nice of you to lean about this for her :)
I have talked extensively with my doctor about getting pregnant with PCOS. With my PCOS I do not ovulate at all unless I am on birth control. So in order for me to even have a chance of getting pregnant, I have to be stable on birth control, and then skip enough to make me ovulate and then I have a 3-4 day period of time to conceive before my period begins. I will also be starting the fertility drug Metformin which should help with both fertility and insulin resistance that is caused by PCOS
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