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My PCOS and infertility story with update. Everything about my diagnosis, how I got my period back naturally, and what the fertility doctor is saying now. subscribe::

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21 replies
  1. BriaAsAMom
    BriaAsAMom says:

    My previous gynecologist told me I'd never have kids because my PCOS was so severe. I was devastated because I've always always wanted to have children. Well, 12 years after my diagnosis I'm in line to pick up Never from school now! Also, at 6 years old she loves your channel Leighann! Hang in there, love. You and Grant will be great parents to a Babyroni! ❤️

  2. spyindisguise
    spyindisguise says:

    I, too, didn't like the pill. I was super moody and pushing everyone away. 🙁 So much so that I stopped taking it. This was about 4 years ago. I'm considering BC again but i'm not sure what route to take to help my painful periods. I hope to find an answer soon in a few weeks.

  3. Liizz
    Liizz says:

    Please talk about this more. I suffer from PCOS and you literally gave me so much information that i didn’t know already. Pllleaasee continue telling us your journey.

  4. sweetK
    sweetK says:

    I have 3 girfriends in my very close cycle of a friends and all of them were diagnoses with PCOS and all af them have been told, that the chance for them getting pregnant is very very low. Few years forward all 3 of them are Mums now – 3 beautiful girls 😉

  5. Jessica Boehme
    Jessica Boehme says:

    A big question that popped for me was how can you ensure you get pregnant in one tube or the other? Is there medical intervention or some at home opportunities?

  6. seemego2150
    seemego2150 says:

    You are the b.e.s.t! My child bearing years are in the past (I actually am in the grandkid phase!!) but I so appreciate this video, as it will be useful to many ladies out there. I am so glad you've got the answers you needed – gotta say it was sad watching you be sad from the pill. Wishing you the best in the months to come!!

  7. Rae Ruffino
    Rae Ruffino says:

    Ugh. I feel your frustration to my core!! 10 years of trying to have a baby. I feel like the fertility industry is just out to make money!! We never got our miracle. I sure hope y’all get yours. And your time receiving is much shorter and easier. ❤️

  8. Lacey Fowler
    Lacey Fowler says:

    Ovasitol is literally amazing! As soon as you mentioned that you first started trying it I bought it and I swear by this! So thank you so much for introducing this to all of us!

  9. Melissa Johnson
    Melissa Johnson says:

    Thank you so much for this video. This is was so informative, I was diagnosed 2 years ago with the earliest stage of cervical cancer, they did multiple procedure to remove the cells and I’m happy to report I no longer have it. Although, since then I have had a baby and am currently on merena and not having a period and worried about the lining not shedding because of my cc history. I’m going to ask my doctor about the packets your mentioned and see if that Is an option for me. Thank you

  10. Robin Durfey
    Robin Durfey says:

    Thanks for sharing…Glad for you…that your feeling so much better…I don't have it but good of you to share for others. I have a son and I should not have been able,to…he is 22 now. And my only but I'm happy.

  11. Ashlee Highfill
    Ashlee Highfill says:

    Do you have that paper on the supplement? I’ve been diagnosed with PCOS since I was 15 and I would love to try it but I’d love to read the research on it.

  12. Kristen Scott
    Kristen Scott says:

    You are so right on being an advocate for yourself. Doctors don’t always get it right the first time or even the billionth time. You cannot be afraid of doing your own research and asking questions. It’s YOUR body. No one knows it better than you.

    I “diagnosed” my own adenomyosis after years of pain, issues and miscarriages and exploratory surgeries. It was difficult but in the end you wonder why you waited so long to speak up. Find a doc who will listen, do your research and ask questions. They won’t always push it if you don’t.

    I like the Mayo Clinic’s website for research. But wherever you go, make sure it’s a credible and reliable source. Take care of yourselves ladies! ❤️❤️

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