Words Have Meaning

If you have never heard of PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), then you are not alone. When I was diagnosed at 15 it just seemed like a long word that didn’t really mean much to me. When Ethan and I started to try to conceive, I learned that PCOS was definitely something that could not be ignored. 

So after about 6 months of trying and not getting pregnant, I started to become a little worried. After making a trip to my OBGYN I was introduced to the confusing topic of fertility. I cannot tell you how many times I have heard the words ovulation, testosterone, and estrogen. Basically my body over produced testosterone and not enough of estrogen. I was then introduced to fertility pills called Clomid. 

While all of this was going on, I don’t believe I ever just stopped and asked God what His plan was. Honestly, I did not care. I wanted a baby, and that was the only thing I was concerned about. I thought the doctor could make it happen for me but it wasn’t that simple. Well, after that mine and Ethan’s life took a turn…


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