I think I'm good though. I'm almost 36 years old and really losing my desire to have a child in some respects. I've dealt with PCOS, have studied it, and just really think my age plus PCOS is making me have second thoughts on becoming a mother.
Some days my desire to be a mother is strong, but other days I just let my independence take over and question if I really want a child. Society really isn't friendly to child-free couples. I've even asked myself if I'm really just wanting a baby because 'everyone else is doing it'. So there are just a lot of things going on right now besides the PCOS issue.
I don't even take my Metformin anymore. Can't stand the stuff and I really don't plan on going back on it. I know that is bad but I just would rather beat this thing without that stuff!! Some control it by their diet and exercising. That is what I would much rather do.
Also, I've been married for almost 7.5 years and my hubby and I are doing pretty good right now. I know throwing a child into the mixture would put stress on our marriage...and I'm not exactly thrilled about that. Our marriage is strong enough we'd probably do ok, but Steve and I are doing pretty good right now.
I do wish I could have all the joyful things mothers go through...the hugs and kisses from the little one's, the pictures they draw, all the cute things they say.
If I'm blessed enough to have a child, I'll be happy. But another part of me is happy now with the way things are in my life.