Hello. I am currently on metformin for my PCOS and i am going to be trying acupuncture. If anyone has any experience with PCOS and Acupuncture, that would be great if you could share your experience Thanks.View Thread
I am finding it really difficult to understand why i have had soo many issues since me D&C in December 2011. I had bleeding off and on for 7 weeks after that, was put on birth control for a month to "reset" my hormones but had breakthrough bleeding midcycle, then went off of it, had break through bleeding, then got a 2 day period. I porceeded to take a BComplex that cycle and i have not had any breakthrough bleeding. I did ovulate but apparently did not concieve this month. This period is EXTREMELY heavy too. Should i continue taking BComplex? Im affraid if i stop then i will get breakthrough bleeding again? I never have had problems with breakthrough bleeding or getting pregnant and it seems like these problems occured ever since my d&c. I know i am ovulating bc of OPKs and we are doing it at the exact right times. Just a little frusterated thats all.View Thread
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