Team September: Becoming a Mom (w/ PCOS) ❤

I was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome when I was 17 and was told that having a baby in the future could prove to be a challenge. Though, I was so young and don't have any plans yet it was hard to know what to do with this information. 🥺 Throughout my teens and 20s I seldom have a period, a condition known as amenorrhea, common in those with PCOS. I worried about what would happen if I met someone and wanted to start a family.😟 When we got married, me and my husband gathered together everything we had learned about diet, supplements, pinpointing ovulation, and complementary approaches and stepped on to the playing field known to many as “Trying to Conceive.” I remember having 2 boiled eggs for lunch everyday to lose weight. 😅 After some time, our doctor suggested to try and take medications that would help me conceive but I was told eventually that my body didn't have a positive response to it. I remember crying so hard and my husband and closed friends comforted me during those difficult times. I realized that I'm still so lucky and blessed. We never stop trying and praying for this little one to come into our lives. My husband never stop reassuring me that God will eventually give her to us at the right time. Everytime I see negative result, I always felt that sadness that maybe I don't deserve to be a mother. I was wrong for thinking that way and I was wrong for being impatient. We stopped the medication but we never stopped praying. To my surprise, I became pregnant. We were both shocked and cried. And in my mind while holding the PT kit, "those 2 lines, that's gonna be my baby." We prayed and we thank God for hearing our prayers. Even our doctor can't believe that I'm indeed pregnant. 😁 There's nothing impossible with God indeed. 🥰 On September 1st, our baby girl "Prale Adrielle" has arrived and just like that everything changes. The world gets bigger, hearts grow fuller, and LIFE means more because she's in it. Our path to parenthood was never easy and surely it will never be an easy road from here. From conceiving, to pregnancy, to labor and delivery, those were the hardest thing I have ever done so far and I can say I succeeded. 😇💪 "Prale Adrielle" you are our treasure, and you're worth all the sacrifice. ❤ :. When I was new here in TAP, I created a GC for team September and to my surprise we are a lot ☺I was so happy, knowing that I'm not alone in my journey to becoming a mom. Most of us are FTM's and shared mostly common concerns. It was such a big help. Appreciate your help and advices! Hoping that those who are still waiting will have a safe delivery as well. 🥰 #firstbaby #1stimemom

Team September: Becoming a Mom (w/ PCOS) ❤
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same here, too! i was diagnosed with PCOS since 2017 .. i just had my regular menstrual period last year from August 2019 till June 2020 coming from a 6 months of amenorrhea.. i experienced thinning of my hair and other symptoms a PCOS patient would have.. Me and my husband tied the knot last December 8, 2019.. This July 2020, i got delayed for almost a month already, and there are so many thoughts coming in, like maybe my PCOS is here again, but i gathered all my guts and took a Serum Pregnancy Test. Me and my husband were very happy to see a big POSITIVE in the SERUM PT result.. and we were thankful to God for giving us this biggest blessing and miracle in our life.. 🙏💕 I am currently 5 months pregnant. Hoping and praying for a healthy pregnancy and also to all mothers out there. Nothing is impossible with God, always remember that mga mamsh! ☺️ @May L. : congrats to you and to your husband, mamshie! 🎉💕

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2y ago

wow mommy, i'm so happy for u! yes, indeed nothing is impossible with God. Praying for a safe and normal delivery for u momsh! Godbless 🥰

same here😀(PCOS)..8 yrs dn bago kame nagka baby.marmi rn ako ginwa para mabuntis..hangang tinigil ko.meds ko..(metformin,clomid etc.).after dat d ko inexpect na buntis ako..dinaan ko lng dn sa PRAYERS...😀..feb. 2019 nanganak ako..and then ngyn buntis ako 36 weeks.😃(2nd baby)..😀

congrats mommy! same here mommy. my PCOS din ako at adenomyosis pero ngaun meron na akong 3kids. almost 6yrs kami ng asawa ko bago nagkaanak tapos 5yrs at 6yrs ang pagitan ng mga kids ko. powerfull po ang prayer talaga 😊

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Congrats! ♥️ I was also diagnosed with pcos last 2009. Weight loss and healthy diet helped us a lot to conceive. Gave birth last November 2019 to a baby boy! ❤️ Yay to us!

Congrats mommy. Me too PCOS since 2012 & now I’m 13 weeks preggy. Diet lang talaga & exercise ayun nabuntis ako. Pero ang pinaka mabisa talaga is prayer.. 🥰

Same here diagnose ng pcos nung...2016.after ko mnganak s panganay ko..buntis na po ngaun s second baby..

congrats to us! i also have pcos for over 10years and now i have a very beautiful 8mons old baby girl ❤

congrats ❤️ i have pcos too. now i am pregnant. 😊

2y ago

congrats din momsh! Goodluck and Godbless 🥰

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CONGRATULATIONS! PCOS warrior here ❤️❤️❤️

The Lord has blessed you mommy. congratulations.