Posts tagged pcos
Out of the Start Box We Go

Six weeks ago I completed my first horse trial in TWO YEARS.

Two. Freaking. Years.

How did two years go by so quickly? It feels like just yesterday I was running Novice around Midsouth Pony Club Horse Trials, but it was two freaking years ago? Sheesh time is flying.

When I was going through intensive fertility treatment, I simply didn’t have the energy to ride. I piddled around with the horses, but I was never very serious

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The Dreaded Due Date

Emotions have been high around here as we are still grieving the loss of our first baby.

If you’re new around here, I have polycystic ovarian syndrome and I’ve been going through intensive fertility treatment for over 2 years. I’ve given myself countless hormone injections, had a million ultrasounds, and have taken more pills than I can count.

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Dessert Recipe Roundup

I am so excited to share some of my favorite FASTer Way to Fat Loss® approved dessert recipes with you all.

I don’t know about you, but I have a GIANT sweet tooth. I am sure that part of the reason is because I am insulin resistant and have polycystic ovarian syndrome, known as PCOS. One of the big reasons why I love the FASTer Way is because it’s taught me how to incorporate sweets into my nutrition plan without going overboard.

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Getting Back on the Horse

I literally cannot believe I’m sitting here building a new website.

I’ve had this blog for over a year and have been adding to it as I’ve gone through different stages of infertility treatment. I have talked all about hormone therapy, chemical pregnancies, miscarriages, and the life changes I’ve made to manage polycystic ovarian syndrome.

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My Worst Nightmare

When we went to the doctor on Tuesday for our big 10 week appointment, I knew something was wrong.

I called the day before expressing concern over symptoms I recognized from previous miscarriages. They were minor, so we all decided that everything was fine and there was no need to panic. I would just wait and come in as scheduled first thing Tuesday. Over the next 24 hours I just kept asking Mark, “Everything is fine, right? You think it’s okay, don’t you?”

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