That is a rough situation, I'm sorry to hear it. I have fertility issues from PCOS and am also anovulatory. It's rough because I'm in my 20's and I fear that pregnancy will not be an option.
Have you spoken with your doctor about your desire to have children recently? Perhaps there is a different medication that he could put you on that wouldn't stimulate your appetite. Also, I am on some hormone supplements to try and help stimulate ovulation. I'm not sure if that is something you might be a candidate for.
In the end, I think you should speak with your husband about your desires and your need for support. This may not mean that he will change his habits, etc. But he may be more willing to support you in other ways. Maybe when he sits down to play video games, that should be your cue to go for a walk, or hit the gym, etc. Perhaps he could try and eat his pizza etc. while you are out walking/exercising and have it put away before you return so it's less tempting.
1. Drink 144 or more oz. of water per day (6 water bottles or more)
2. 20/20/80 carbs/protein/fat
3. Push-up challenge
4. Squat challenge
5. Run at least 3 times a week.
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