yes they did an ultra sound and my dr didn't see anything only thing they said was i was not ovulating and thats why he put me on the metformine its been 4 months since i been on it n last month i finelly got my cycle without having to take the povera so im hoping it well cont to work but can you tell me what the signs are for pcos caz like i said i got pregnant with my daughter so easily once my cycle was reg.View Thread
i'm having the same problem my husband n i would like to have a baby and i took all the steps to start having my cycle regular my dr gave me prover and i only take that every two months if i don't get a cycle and then metformin er 750mg twice a day cause im not ovulating and i go back for a check up in six months i been on the metformin since november of last year and i have yet to get a cycle but i have syptoms as if my cycle wants to come but nothing my husband n i been trying to conceive since last year and still nothing but i have a child from a previous relastionship i guess my question is when well i know if the metformin is workiing i have weight on my stomach area im 150 was 154 and still working out and lil by lli im losing weight my face is breaking out but that started when i took the metformin and thats one of my signs that i get when my cycle is comingView Thread
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