Nope, no luck with pregnancy yet. My doctor actually cannot even get me to ovulate. I have tried all doses of Clomid, with no luck. I am now on Femara, 2nd to last highest does possible. I have not even come close to ovulating. My progesterone levels are actually going down. I am on 1000mg of metformin daily as well. And yes, I hear you on the cycle length. Mine are at least 40, after confirmation of no ovulation, then they have me start the provera on day 35, which goes to day 41, then wait a day or so until AF shows up...I am getting very discouraged, as my doctor can only help me one more higher does of the Femara before he cannot do anything else for me and will have to send me to see another specialist for a 2nd opinion View Thread
I think it is rude and I myself have had 2 children from a previous relationship. My current husband and I have been TTC for a year and a half. With no luck. Found out I have PCOS and treating that along with Clomid and still not ovulating. Regardless if someone already has children, it is still a very depressing situation when something is going wrong with conception.View Thread
I was diagnosed w/ PCOS in Jan, and started Metformin and Provera. I always got my period within 2 days of stopping the provera. Last month was my first month on 50 mg of clomid. I didn't ovulate according to the blood test done on day 21, so started the provera again. It is now 3 days after stopping and still no period. How long should I give it before calling the dr?View Thread
I have recently found out that I have PCOS, and my husband and I have been TTC for about a year now. I have been tracking my BBT and taking OPK's. My LMP was February 25th, and I have been on provera and metformin to help regulate my periods, which it has done. However, this morning (3/13) I spotted a little bit, only when wiping though. Just curious as to what this may have been caused by, because it was only that one time, and has never happened before.View Thread
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