well i clearly dont know what to think about this whole pregnant thing anymore ive had many months where i took the meds my doc gaved me and still nothing has happened, im comming to realize maybe i just wasnt meant to have any kids so i am going to stop everything and just deal with the fact it just cant happen with me i really wished i had some1 to talk to i feel like no one understands me View Thread
yes it makes sense my doc told me i could get pregnant but i need to get my levels regular becuz i was on clomid and provera it didnt help with my issuse it just made it worst im glad i got a 2nd opinion it help me realize that there is always hope and for me not to give up faith thank youView Thread
hi i just got told i have PCOS and got put on metformin and i noticed that some woman can get pregnant while using this med. if so what are my chances??? before i got told i had this i was on clomid and provera the clomid didnt help me ovulate but the provera made me have a regular period every month. i hope that this med help me ovulate ANY ADVICE??View Thread
hello, i was told from my doc that i have PCOS and so he put me on metformin. ive been looking up information about the med and noticed that some woman can get pregnant while using it. i was wondering what are my chances of me getting pregnant while on it???View Thread
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