"You're going to have a hard time conceiving." I’ll never forget that winter morning when the doctor's words came as a blow. I didn’t want to believe this news but knew deep down that I’d have to accept the truth that I was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a condition that requires considerably greater efforts to conceive. For some time afterwards, I was stressed, extremely anxious, and even suffered from depression. I just felt like my life was ending.
Luckily, I soon realized that problems could not be solved if I didn’t change. I turned my grief into strength, actively following the doctor’s advice and tracking my ovulation regularly. What’s more, I lived a healthy life with an optimistic attitude. The result of those efforts, believe it or not ...