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... He said no, but he did say before that the metformin would help my ovaries and pancreas work better, so there must be some component there. Metformin also lowers male hormone levels, which is why I thought it was suggested to me, as with PCOS, I probably have an excess. ... (8 replies)
... If I'm ovulating...I don't really get mucus, not sure if it's because of all the medications that I'm on to help me ovulate to help me get pregnant. I know that before I was even trying and tracking my cycles and was on any medications... ... (6 replies)
... I have read that you get your best sleep before midnight. So that is what worked for me. As far as the diet goes I was eating more protein and veggies. ... (3 replies)

... hi there, my advised would be to go to your doctors , as i have been having regular periods for about 4 months first time in 2 years , but my tests are showing my ovulation levels are really low which means i am not ovulating ,all this takes it a blood test on your 21 day cycle and this records your levels but please dont worry as it does'nt all stop there , my doctors is... (5 replies)
... pretty much always brown blood. So doc put me on progesterone to get rid of anything that might be built up inside me, and also put me on Metformin, to hopefully help to stimulate my ovaries to ovulate. ... (10 replies)
... i dont think you recieved my reply bc im not sure what I am doing here i clicked the wrong thing sorry. ... (2 replies)
... I know of the side effects of that, and would personally not want to ever be on it. I'm already on Metformin. 500mg twice a day for my Type II Diabetes. If Metformin is supposed to help those with PCOS, I wonder why it hasn't helped me. ... (6 replies)
... Hello, I also have PCOS and the doctors have told me I cannot have any babies so how is it that you have four? ... (5 replies)
... I also have pcos and was on the pill to regulate my periods , I couldnt stand my mood swings while i was on it so my doctor put me on to metformin , which did really help and made my periods more regular and helped with my weight and skin too ! its deffenatly worth given metformin a try ! ... (5 replies)
... I have PCOS and my doctor told me i have had it ever since i started my periods. PCOS does get worse with age. But there are medications you can take to get pregnate which i heard you say your not ready for quite yet. But you are luck to find it so early in your age. ... (10 replies)
... Hi. I have been dealing with PCOS for about 5 years, I am 28. First of all, birth control is a great start to regulate you cycles. However, it concerns me when you say that your GYN says you won't need any medical help in the future. We do, more times than not, need some sort of help in the future. ... (6 replies)
Symptoms of pcos
Dec 15, 2005
... lly sure why, I know it has to do with the imbalance of hormones but it's something that I've read a few times. Some women with PCOS have had babies without any help of medications, some need more help. Some have changed their diets and lifestyles and that has done the trick. ... (1 replies)




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