Monday's are for new beginnings.
In the spirit of New Beginnings I have decided to share my story and my journey about something very personal to me.
A little over a month ago I was diagnosed with PCOS after years of infertility. The journey of infertility is not an easy one on both partners. It really does take a toll on you.
March 19, 2018 I was told that I have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (A hormonal disorder causing enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges) and I am insulin resistant roughly 5 million women in the US alone suffer this condition but it is manageable. Which brings me here….. Sharing this journey will be a great relief for me and be a great opportunity to connect with other women that maybe just like me. We don’t talk about it enough and I just want other women to know that “you are not alone” Statistics says that infertility affects 1 in 8. I know this journey can be difficult and perhaps unexpected but slowly but surely I am learning to trust God daily with this journey. I am not in control, he is.
The most important thing I have learned about PCOS and PCOS related infertility is that IT CAN be overcome by changing your lifestyle.
Click the link in my bio support me in this new journey and I pray that even if I help ONE my job will be done.
Thank you for your support in advance and special thanks to my husband in supporting ANY & EVERYTHING i do with sharing this part our lives I am so so lucky @bdmvck I love you !
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