After starting treatment with metformin, it may take a few months to achieve a pregnancy. This will also depend on your hormonal levels. Hence a careful follow up with your gynaecologist is necessary.
Hope this helps.
I took provera for 5 days the beginning of November 2012 had my first period of the year the end of November , at this time I was taking metifornim 500mg x2 then had periods dec and jan ! But my periods have stopped again now ! I got a follow up with my gyno tomorrow! As I'm trying to conceive
I took provera on feb of this year and i had my period after.. After my period i took clomid for 5 days, metformin and multivitamins.. I ovulate on march 11 and now im 4 weeks and 6 days pregnant.. =) it's a miracle to us..
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