Hi my name is Dee.. im 27yrs old and I have pcos.. I take metformin and
It has put my cycles back to normal for at least the last 6mths.. I have a 32-33 day
CYcle Plus I dropped about 40 plbs as well. I had my last
Menstrual on October 18-23.. had sex the 28th then again on November 8th arnd the time I should be ovulating
and now im having pregnancy symptoms. Im not due for af for 2more days what are my chances of a + ..
These are my symptoms :change in cm..dizziness...sore breast.. appetite change
..increased sex drive ..nausea and diarhea (diarrhea)/constipation
a pregnancy test would be good at this stage.. there are many people who get pregnant with metformin as it helps maintain cycles during pcos and sometimes let you ovulate as well... However in my case i had to take clomid as well =)
But should I wait until I miss my period.. its due tomorrow and I haven't had any spotting or menstrual cramps just a pressure-like feeling.. but no implantation bleeding either if so I h didn't notice.
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