my Doctor recommended ovarian drilling, I had surgery in June and we started trying again once I had recovered.
2 days before my 12 week scan, I noticed some spotting. A trip to the EPU revealed our baby had stopped growing at 8w5d and we had had a missed miscarriage.
We have been trying again for months now and our fertility journey with PCOS is tough every day but with hope we wish that one day we will have our very own rainbow baby.
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By Jess Robinson (not verified) on 12 Apr 2020 - 07:20
I had my 3children all through uing Clomid as my chances of even falling pregnant naturally were very low. Ive been married-3 kids- divorced and now my fiancee and i had our own surprise! A miracle as we thought. I lost is as a 'silent miscarriage' and even though i was 9w1d my heart is so full of grief. It was a surprise but my partner said the night i had ky misscariage that he is getting the snip and doesnt want to do this to me again. Also the fact i have pcos our chances are low but he believes even if we did get pregnant we would never have the joy of a full term baby. Im devestated
By Sthembish (not verified) on 25 Aug 2019 - 17:43
I just went through my 2nd miscarriage what a painful experience