SCARED Please Help

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dnrath28 - February 23

I could really use some help with this... I have been diagnosed with PCOS and have irregular periods. I have been on metformin for about a year and have recently lost about 10% of my weight. My periods have been pretty regular. I am not due for one for another 2 weeks. I have been spotting since Tuesday and last night after bd-ing there was a lot of pink blood. Has anyone experienced this before? Any ideas of what this could be?

 

sarahd - February 23

Sounds like it could be O bleeding, if your period is 2 weeks away. Good timing on the bding! Good luck...

 

dnrath28 - February 23

Sarahd - thanks for the hopeful words. I was in a panic last night and had a minor mental breakdown. I just wish I was normal and didn't have to deal with this. Everyone i know has had a baby in the last 12 months and it is starting to wear on me. I am trying to remain positive, but it is hard!

 

AndreaD - February 23

I know how you feel - people getting pregnant left, right & centre, and although we all know not to be jealous, it does take it's toll. I know for a fact, when I do get PG, I will never ever take my fertility for granted. When I was a young teenager, it was all about what to do so as not to get pregnant. Now, it's unbelieveable that I ever thought like that, after doing everything in my power to get PG and it just hasn't been happening (as many of you know these feelings). We need to think positive and think about all the good things in our life already I guess - but I know I feel a kind of 'emptiness' when I see that BFN. It's so nice that these forums make you realise you aren't alone. I have vowed that when I finally move to the PG boards to keep on here as well, sharing symptoms and signs etc. We will all get there ! Think positive x

 

dnrath28 - February 23

Andrea - I agree with your sentiments. I try to convince myself that I will not be jealous, but that green eyed monster always rears it's head. I am a pretty positive person and I feel that the only way this pregnancy thing will ever happen is if I keep my head up and my heart in the right place. I try not to bother anyone else with my feling because they just can't understand and the blank stares I get are more painful then anything. I actually have a co-worker who told me she was "devastated" when she found out she was pregnant. It took me every amount of energy that I had to not punch her in the face. Coming to this forum helps me realize that I am not alone and that though it may seem like everyone else gets pregnant on the first try or without trying at all, there are still a large number of people that understand my feelings. It is validating. I hope you are successful in this journey and that your heart stays full!

 

AndreaD - February 23

I feel too that nobody understands - I am 25 and feel quite alone, as infertility is something that a lot of people a__sociate with older women. All of my friends plan to TTC and are PG about 3 months later. This is the most difficult thing I have had to face in my life - because I am not in control.

 

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