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Hi fellow people!

Can anyone share their success stories with losing weight, when being diagnosed with PCOS?

I was diagnosed with PCOS almost 2 years ago, and I did the surgery back in January and now it’s being almost 7 months and I’m over the mini to start and try to get pregnant. So I’m wondering if anyone has success stories with PCOS healing, periods being natural again and on time and conceiving fast and easy if they could please share.

thank you so much!!!
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I’m afraid I can’t answer. But there is a pregnancy forum on here. I don’t know if any of them had pcos but it could be worth posting this question on there as well. As you probably know when you post to a thread that’s existing, it sends notifications to the people who participated in it already to let them know that there is new activity. Well, depending on their settings. But this could be a way to get the attention of those people who have posted about becoming pregnant post WLS but aren’t active on here currently. Just a thought. Also, try searching PCOS and pregnant using the search tool for the site if you haven’t already. Best of luck. 🤞

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I got pregnant with pcos, but that was way WAY before I ever thought about weight loss surgery, so I can't help you with any of your questions, really. I had so many losses that I had to do treatments to get pregnant with my daughter (got pregnant with my son naturally). Never was able to get pregnant again after my daughter, and I just recently had a total hysterectomy (including ovaries) now that I've lost all the weight I want to lose after my surgery, so I won't be having more babies. I second what @ShoppGirl said...posting on 1 or 2 existing pregnancy and pcos threads is definitely the way to go to hopefully get some answers.

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