I've been taking metformin 2x500mg a day now for over 2 months after being diagnosed with pcos earlier this year, finally when the doctor started to listen! I too struggle with the food issue anything greasy or fatty has me running for the toilet pretty quickly afterwards.
I'm wondering though has anyone had any regular periods with it though quickly? I had a period after 4 days of taking if. Then one 32 days later and we are now are 37 days later and still no signs. I aren't wanting to believe I could be pregnant as have been trying for 3 years now and it's only been in the last 6 months any doctor has listened to me and I'm finding it pretty stressful with nearly every find I know has been pregnant in the time I've been trying- some more than once.
So any experiences would be appreciated.View Thread
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