pcos

I don’t need your comments. I don’t need your judgement. Because I am just fine.
This holiday season, families will gather around and reflect on how blessed and grateful they are. When people list the top
I knew something was wrong with my lady parts when I was fully (very fully) developed at age 15 and had yet to start my periods
Instead of being mad at your body for having wear and tear, start appreciating it for the hugs you are able to give and receive.
It has brought things into perspective, teaching me to appreciate everything and every day: It's strange, but after being
Rainy days with a newborn aren’t really a big deal. That is not to say that being cooped up in the house longer than you
I had a breakdown one day as someone complained about being pregnant on Facebook for the 239,847th time.
Across the US, mother's will be celebrated on Sunday, May 8. For many this is a wonderful day, where you feel treasured for all your years of hard work raising children, but for some women this is a really hard day to get through if you are suffering with infertility.
The crazy and frustrating thing is many of the doctors I saw did uncover symptoms of endometriosis with their exams and tests, they just didn't see their findings through to the end: to the cause of the symptoms and an accurate diagnosis.
Being diagnosed with PCOS doesn't necessarily mean I won't be able to have a baby, but it does mean it's going to be much harder if I am at all able. Harder to not only get pregnant, but keep a pregnancy.
Growing up I had friends that wanted to be Teachers or Doctors, Musicians or Politicians - I wanted to be a Mom. Following