My husband and I were 27 when we first got pregnant. We had been married for 6 months and had felt the pressure from family and friends to start our family.

From Miscarriage to Pregnancy - Shandey Bailey's Story

My husband and I were 27 when we first got pregnant. As many say, I knew I was pregnant since something seemed off, but I wanted to wait to take the pregnancy test until we got home from our travels. When we arrived back at our home on a Sunday afternoon, to no surprise, the pregnancy test I took was PINK with a very evident positive sign. 
After being diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), I was finally pregnant.

Living With PCOS: Carey’s Inspiring Journey to Pregnancy

When I was 28 years old, I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). The warning signs and symptoms were there all along. I started my period much later than my friends, and they were always super irregular. Sometimes I’d only have one or two cycles a year. Many doctors told me throughout my teenage and young adult years that I just needed to lose weight or stop eating dairy and/or gluten, but no one ever diagnosed me with PCOS until my husband, and I sought out fertility treatments. I felt so dismissed and ignored that I finally quit seeking answers.