Period Or Pregnancy

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Neuza - June 28

Hi Ladies, i am trying to conceive for the past 3.5 years. I was diagnosed last year with PCOS & this month was my 3rd of clomid. I normally have very painfull periods & i have cramps one week before comes. I just would like to know anyone got pregnant but before knowing had all the period signs. thanks

 

Lin - June 28

Are you actually bleeding or just having pms symptoms?

 

Neuza - June 28

Hi Lin, i am just having pms symptons. thanks

 

Emma2 - June 28

When are you due for your period?

 

TOGIRL - June 29

hi neuza i know where your coming from i also have pcos and i know how fustrating it is to determined weather is it af symptoms or preg symptoms. but the thing is clomid can also cause some of the symptoms to. but anyways i truly wish you the best and hope you are preg

 

Neuza - June 29

Hi ladies, my period is due on the 6 Jul...but waiting is driving me complete CRAZY. I can stop think about pregnancy in general....is too much!!! I felt the need to know if anyone got pregnant but had symptons of period before knowing...i think i need to feel HOPE that my period isn't coming!!!!This pregnancy stuff, should be easy & relaxing, etc...but unfortunately not for everyone. I think i am getting to a point i just dont believe my turn will come!!!!!Anyway thank u so much for u response & i wish ladies all the luck in future! Sorry for any gram mistakes but i am portuguese...leaving in London.

 

Keeli - June 29

Hi Neuza! I've been participating on this forum for about 2 years. In that time, I've heard women say they felt different and even absolutely nothing when expecting af. But MOST of the women say that they thought af was coming, that they had cramping that felt just like af, that they could swear it was af and not pg, but then they tested and - surprise! It ain't over til its over.... P.S. I also have PCOS, so I know what you guys are going through. I was on clomid last year, and did IUIs with a fertility specialist as well. Are you taking clomid through a gyno or a fertility expert. I learned the hard way that there is definitely a difference between these kinds of doctors! The IUIs, clomid, etc. didn't work for me, but it did work for several of the women I talked to on this forum! Keep up the hope!!

 

Neuza - June 29

Hi Keeli, in UK your GP reffers u to a fertility clinic after 1 year of trying to conceive, therefore i am on good hands!!! My doct told me to use 4 months max of clomid without big measure to be as natural as possible... to dont use O kits etc. He thinks make u less aware of the whole pregnancy stuff & able to conceive more quickly...anyway if doesnt work next month i will start clomid & injections...not sure what yet. Then they will monitor me more close...well this is my story. U said u have PCOS as well & u tried clomid did IUIs...how long have u been trying to conceive? What type of treatment are u doing now? Best of luck

 

Keeli - June 29

Hey Neuza! Sounds like you are indeed in good hands. It is VERY logical that trying more naturally without OPKs and all will help. Dh and I are officially "not ttc" as of this month. I can't take the fertility stuff anymore. We only tried for about 2-1/2 years, but we are giving up because we are older (I'm 37 and dh is 43) and we just don't feel like we have time to spare. We are pursuing adoption now. We have just signed on with an agency to adopt a needy child from China, and we are SOOOO excited!!! Don't be discouraged about my story. I have at least two friends that I know of who ttc for 5 years before they got lucky. They were also older, so if you are young, you will have lots of time on your side. The fun is all in the 'practice' anyway! ;o)

 

Neuza - June 29

I would like to say as well, this forum as help me a lot find peace in my mind by reading other persons experiences. I do feel less ALONE!!!!!!!

 

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