About Me: Female, 28, Somewhere, GA, member since Jan 2011
I am 25 and have PCOS. I take 1000 mg of metformin a day to help regulate myself and it has helped me ovulate. This month I also took clomid 100mg on days 2-9 and started taking progesterone 100 mg 3 x a day 48 hours after I ovulated because my body doesn't make enough.
[More] I had a tubal in august 2011 and a miscarriage on january 2012. I have been through the wringer emotionally but I am hoping and praying that the third times the charm!
HI! i havnt been on in a while!!! Congrats!!!! hope everything is going good! we found out in april that we're having a girl! and her heart beat was always around 140 to 156 bpm!!!!!! prayers for you!!!
You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today.
Sending you the best eggs and love this Easter the real holiday of love " The Love is when you are ready to give and sacrifice without expecting anything in return."
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