Hi this is completely new to me. I was diagnosed with PCOS 2 years ago (aged 28) and me and DH have been TTC ever since. When I was diagnosed it didn't come as a huge shock there are undiagnosed fertility issues in my family history. However I was never provided with very much information by my GP. We were told that if God meant for us to be parents it would happen, given a leaflet on PCOS and sent on our merry way.
We have since moved areas swapped GP's and I had a follow up blood test and was told everything was the same as before. I still don't know what original tests showed other than I have PCOS confirmed via scan as well as bloods.
Now my own research suggests I should of had a glucose intolerance test done but I have not been offered this, from ppls experience is this normal?
I am also wondering if my new GP maybe able to offer me any guidance on how likely it maybe that we will conceive naturally or if we should start saving our pennies for treatment.
I don't really want to waste a GP appointment if they are likely only to give me another leaflet. Hubby is currently in the process of having SA tests done.
Do ppl think it is better to wait for those results or make my own appointment to follow up my side. Sorry to of rambled on but just looking for some advice