Pcos dating site
Not every day may be perfect but we try to complement each other’s imperfections. Though I’ve been here only for a short time, I’m loving the suburbs in the Midwest.We loved the vacations in the cabin in the spectacular Smokies as well as the serene cabin at the bank of Lake Michigan. Even my doctors didn’t care when I complained of irregular periods. My husband is 34, and he’s an Electronics engineer as well, and an IT professional by trade. I worked for almost 6 years and am on a career break now.I got a second opinion from my OB-GYN and am on Metformin 1500 mg since 7 months. Tell us a little bit about cultural attitudes toward infertility in India. Let me not try to generalize about the attitude in India, because India is a diverse nation with 29 states and 22 different languages.I’m not sure when I’ll decide to go with IUI or IVF. As of now,my fingers are crossed and am waiting to see if Metformin works! Fortunately, English is one of the two official languages :). I graduated in Electronics and Communication engineering but am a software engineer by profession.So we got married in the fall of 2012 and have been in love ever since!!!
As much as we love travelling, we do love cuddling on our couch binge watch movies or TV shows. I had no idea that getting pregnant and to hold that little bundle of joy in your hand is simply a miracle and God’s blessing! That was when I started noticing changes in my body as well. All my life, I had been busy pursuing my goals in my academics and in my career. Neither did she bother to warn me about the risks of PCOS!The one thing I didn’t take care of was myself, my health. It was a very difficult decision for me to go to the reproductive endocrinologist. Our infertility work-up confirmed PCOS-related infertility!! My RE suggested a Letrozole-monitored cycle with IUI, which was ,000 per cycle for how many ever cycles it might take.Unfortunately, our insurance doesn’t cover infertility treatment; it covers only the diagnosis. I do live with hirsutism (excess hair on chin, upper lips, belly), hair fall on scalp, dandruff, weight gain around mid-section, irregular periods, acne and dark patches on neck. I hope Metformin corrects my insulin resistance and some day I’ll ovulate. I hardly have an idea about people outside my friends and family circle.
Each week I interview someone who has experienced infertility firsthand. I was so held up with my studies and job that ‘falling in love’ never happened! We did video chat for two months and got to know more about each other. We liked each other more every passing day and finally we decided to go ahead.This week, I’m happy to share Aish’s story with you. She prefers not to share any pictures of herself, but she wanted to share another image she created. So my husband and I met through an Indian match making / dating website. He flew to India and we got engaged on the day he arrived. This might seem strange to many, I know, because most stories I read, the couples know each other for a very long time. At the end of the day what matters is how we love each other and live together happily, right?