Hi i am 23 years old and about a year ago i was diagnosed with pcos. My periods are irregular and only last about 3 days when i do have it. The dr started me out of metformin and i did not get my periods while on it once i stopped taking the metformin i got my periods for 2 months and than stopped again. I have since went and got a test where they inject dye in you to make sure that your tubes are open and everything came back fine. The dr wants to start me on clomid in the next couple of months. I would like some feedback about clomid and any other suggestions please and thank you.View Thread
Having pcos does not mean that you cant have children of course it will be harder. there are all kind of treatments out there that you can try i was diagnosed with pcos about a year ago the first thing i tried was metformin tried it for 6 months and it would make me sick so they dr said that we would try something different. i also went for a test where they inject dye in you to make sure that your tubes are open mine were fine i will be starting clomid in a couple months to see if that works for me the dr hopes that i will be pregnant after 3 months of the clomidView Thread
hi i am 23yrs old and have been diagnosed with pcos aswell and all of my lab work had came back normal the dr had put me on metformin but it did not help he said there was nothing else that he could do for me so i switched to a diff. dr i than had another test done to make sure that my tubes were open and they were fine in a couple months i will be starting clomid also i do not have periods regular and the dr advised that i have slim chances of getting pregnant without any help so that is why im going on clomidView Thread
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