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How many of you are married?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy & Gynecological Issues' started by Mrs. Luther073082, Mar 17, 2008.

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  1. Mrs. Luther073082

    Mrs. Luther073082 Commit to the LORD whatever you do - Proverbs 16:3

    Did you have PCOS symptoms or a diagnosis before getting married?
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  2. Katryna

    Katryna Junior Member

    I am married, and was married when diagnosed... my PCOS was discovered in 1982 when I was looking to find out why I wasn't conceiving. Back then, it was only an infertility diagnosis and not a health concern to be treated. This is something I have recently pursued --- with much difficulty, but finally making progress. Ironically, my daughter was also diagnosed with PCOS after having a baby when her baby weight wouldn't come off, and she broke out in horrible acne; I looked at her and said, "Other than the fact you didn't have trouble conceiving, just looking at you I would guess you had PCOS! You might mention it to your doctor at your check up..." She did, the doctor found it "interesting", and she came away with the diagnosis and a prescription for metformin.
  3. kpetty16

    kpetty16 New Member

    I had symptoms before we married, but was not diagnosed for 25 years. Hubby has been great even though he was as in the dark as I was.

    God bless,
  4. Nobility

    Nobility Guest

    Yup... Was diagnosed at 16 and got married at 20
  5. HeleneHegarty

    HeleneHegarty New Member

    Ya have PCOS symptoms or a diagnosis before getting married
  6. Genuine

    Genuine Proudly supporting our troops!

    I was diagnosed after I was married. But the symptoms really didn't show up until I stopped taking birth control. I had been taking birth control since I was 15 to correct my periods. Guess I had it all along, just didn't know it.
  7. togetherlove

    togetherlove Member

    I was diagnosed at 14 and married at 20. I was honest with my husband about the whole thing and he was very supportive.
  8. ladyinwaiting16

    ladyinwaiting16 The wife of a warrior!!

    I was diagnosed last november and I got married this past may.
  9. darknowhere

    darknowhere Newbie

    I married at 22 and was diagnosed at 26 (in August actually).
  10. abearswife

    abearswife Newbie

    I am married but wasn't diagnosed until after we got married. But looking back I definetely have always had some sign of PCOS (i.e. no AF,skin tag etc)
  11. Aibrean

    Aibrean Honest. Maybe too Honest.

    I am...I was diagnosed before I was married.
  12. leenoodle

    leenoodle Newbie

    I was diagnosed after I was married...when we TTC. But I have had symptoms ever since puberty.
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