So i went through the pelivc ultrasound and it appeared i do have PCOS but all lab came back normal. Has this happened to anyone else? An if so what causes this if all hormones are fine? I now wait to see AF and will start clomid. Never wanted to see her so badly! lol! im on cycle day 36 so hopefully soon. Any advice is appreciated! View Thread
Hi, Im 23yrs old me and my husband have been TTC for 9months now. I have been battling PCOS symptoms for sometime and went un dx. They blamed it on hypothyroidism which i have had since my teens. Today i had my first appointment with a new MD. I had a pelivc uultrasound and lab drawn. On both ovaries multi unmature follicles were present. MD showed me pic of what the follicles should look like. He says we will see what blood work shows for the treatment plan but suspects we will try Clomid. I will find out next week. Once we have that it will be a waiting game for AF. My cycles have been around 40 to 46 days. I have a feeling my insulin levels and fasting glucose will also be high. So im expecting Metformin. Is metformin something you take for the rest of your life? I wanna hear your storys ladys! So nervous but excited to get this going!! really wanting a baby.View Thread
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