I just got of the pill a month ago. I also just found out a few months ago I have PCOS. I'd like to start tracking my cycle. I've done it before years ago but I was more familiar with my body then. And I had long cycles. I know everything can get all out of whack after being on the pill but I haven't even had a period yet. I spotted once, for about 30 minutes 12-4. My lmp was 11-6. I tested yesterday so I know I'm not pregnant, and I'm not exactly ttc right now. But I want to get better attuned to my body. How do I do that when I have no clue where in my cycle I am?!
<blockquote><b>Quoting Click Me Click Me!!!:</b>" well the pills should help u to get on track once u do then u can track them, i have PCOS and havent had a period in months i have paraguard in and its hormone free."</blockquote>
I've been consistently on the pill for 18 months and when I stopped taking the pill, I didn't have a period like I always have in the past. Is there am amount of time I should wait without getting a period before going to see my Dr? I'm waiting another 1-2 Weeks as of right now
I'd go in, at least within the next 1-2 weeks like you mentioned. They might want to give you something to kick start your cycle, I forget what it's called since I've never taken it, but I think it starts with a P. Another friend of mine (our neighbor) with PCOS just needed it back in September or October when she just got diagnosed with PCOS & they started her on clomid as well since they are TTC. I've also heard other ladies on BG & PCOS forums having to use the med to kick start their cycles again too.
Alright. Next week when I call Dr Thibodeaux I'll ask about that. If my cycles are really long that's cool.... I just want to know where I am. Mainly so we don't get pregnant, but also in case we decide we want to ttc