Just was wondering if some of you were taking herbs rather than medications. If so, what herbs have you been taking together? Do you feel as if they are working?
I am just trying get a good list together to start really working this.
anyway i read up on the internet about this cream called VANIQA and im delighted to say it actually works granted it does take 6 to 8 weeks to kick in but it really does .....anyway how this works is you put it on twice a day and the enzeymes in it actually supress hair growth brilliant wat makes it better is that while you are waiting on the Vaniqa to kick in you can use anyother hair removel treatment just as long as u wait 5 minutes before you apply vaniqa ....anyway im glad i could
I went and transferred all my blog posts from here to a private Blogger account, I jut don't want to risk loosing all those posts, most of them from the heart and/or rants that I really don't need family seeing.
But I thought I'd also put on here what I posted there a couple of days ago... sort-of keep both blogs going at the same time
i HATE how some how my (pitiful) little family have become the Black sheep of
The past few months I have been working out at a gym. I had lost 24 pounds, but gained back 4 lbs the last couple of weeks because I quit going every day. It has made my cycles more regular so I know that it would benefit me to go back to the gym and make ttc so much easier. I just can't seem to find motivation to go. I had a friend who would work out with me, but she has pretty much quit going to the gym altogether. She however doesn't have PCOS or any of the health problems that we all have
So I used an OPK to see if I was ovulating. I did, but I was unfortunately unable to get pregnant this month. I did however predict when I was going to get AF accurately. Which is a good thing because usually I have no idea as I have never gotten them every month. This is actually the first time in forever that I got 2 in 2 months. Its a good feeling to know that something I'm doing must be helping. I think we are the only women who actually get excited about periods.
Originally Posted by Danndie
Well, it has been another almost YEAR! So much has happened. Just as I was getting back on the wagon (Got a Gym membership, personal trainer, job, herbs, etc...) I ended up in the ER and on the operating table. In the first week of July 2010 I went into the ER with HORRIBLE abdominal pains. Pain to the point of passing out... and no idea what it was coming from. At first the Dr decided it must be Kidney Stones. After a CT scan it turned out I do have them, but they are not the problem. (Joy)
I have not posted in forever and a day. A pretty good bit has changed for me. My last entry, I believe, was that I had quit taking Met. I spoke to my Dr. about it and I have been back on it since then. We had to change the type of Metformin that I was taking. It has changed to the Metformin ER. The other kind was making me spend my life in the bathroom and was effecting my AF for some reason. AF has not become regular by the normal standard of "regular". I now have periods every other
Originally Posted by Danndie
I joined SC about 4 years ago when I 1st found out I had PCOS. I utilized it a lot at first, but with our last few moves I have lost interest (in a lot of thing in my life).
Honestly, I have so much bad going on in my life right now.. I NEED someone to talk to. I feel so lost and alone. I hate the thought of throwing this out into the void, but I guess I am just hoping to find a confidant/sister to share things with. I have always felt better after talking, but
Does anyone else feel like we are always waiting for something? Waiting for another dr appointment, waiting to O, waiting for AF, waiting to POAS, waiting for that BFP. It seems like every time I get one thing done, I just go into waiting for the next thing.
I am pretty sure I O'd this month, and AF should come sometime this weekend. If it does, this will be the first time since middle school that I got 2 in 2 months. It will be the first time in a very long time that AF showed
I joined a gym in November with a friend of mine. She hasn't been going and I thought I would be too embarassed to go by myself, but I've been going at least a few times a week. Since then, I have lost over 20 lbs. And I got AF in December and I'm pretty sure I'll get another one at the end of this month. This will actually be the first time since early high school or maybe even middle school that I got two in two months. I usually don't get AF for over a year, sometimes longer. I haven't