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2100308 tn?1388496839

PCOS and regular cycle?

Have you heard of such? My doctor told me I have mild PCOS, but I have a regular cycle.
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2110560 tn?1334179580
BTW do u by any chance remember ur Testerone level? Last time i checked my was back in December I think and it was 75. However I have seen women with MUCH higher numbers reporting pregnancy. There is hope for us :-)
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I'm there with you had never ever missed a cycle and on time but I have pcos confusing
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Im the same and i was told that not all symtoms will show in everyone so some women miss periods and others are like clockwork
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Wish there was a cure my body has changed so much
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2100308 tn?1388496839
it is strange, right? I was also told my testosterone was slightly elivated.
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2100308 tn?1388496839
what did you doctor suggest to help with it?
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Mine was elevated too that y I started growing hair in wired places out of the blue
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2100308 tn?1388496839
See I've always been a little hairy so I haven't noticed any rare symptoms. So strange
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2110560 tn?1334179580
Yep that would be me ... i have always had a monthly period it was just HEAVY and like 12 days long :-( Had blood test run to confirm elevated Testosterone and was put on Metformin. That was 3 months ago...i now have a normal length cycle and nowhere near as heavy.
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2100308 tn?1388496839
Why where you placed on Metforim? To regulate period? Are you TTC?
When I first started my period many many moons ago it was very irregular lasting weeks. I was placed on BC to regulate it and was on it for about 10 years. I had normal periods during that time. I've been off BC firabout 4 years and since my periods are about 4-6 days long a little heavy w blood clots the first three days. Is that normal?
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2100308 tn?1388496839
Why where you placed on Metforim? To regulate period? Are you TTC?
When I first started my period many many moons ago it was very irregular lasting weeks. I was placed on BC to regulate it and was on it for about 10 years. I had normal periods during that time. I've been off BC firabout 4 years and since my periods are about 4-6 days long a little heavy w blood clots the first three days. Is that normal?
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2110560 tn?1334179580
Sorry for late response...I was put on Metformin for high testosterone levels, help period and I'm also TTC. I was originally put on BC before I began TTC but had not been on it for years and got AF on my own monthly. Yep its normal , when my periods are heavier I normally get some clotting as well.
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2100308 tn?1388496839
My testosterone levels where slighty elevated, but was told that not at a level of concern yet. Asked to do yoga and lose 10-15bls (uhm I'm  working on both :\)
Question: I was never diagnosed before I started TTC. I seen that some woman are diagnosed at a young age. Could it had gone unnoticed?
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2110560 tn?1334179580
IMO i would def say it could go unnoticed, unfortunately in my journey with PCOS some doctors just tend to over look stuff. The only reason I was diagnosed is because my period was extremely late and I went in..they felt the cyst on my ovary and the rest is history. But since we have reg periods with our PCOS its even easier to have the issue hidden until ur like ummmm...yeah i'm not getting pregnant here :/
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2100308 tn?1388496839
Yes, it was 68.4 in January of his year. Did you re tell you to diet/excercise? Hope is all we have, lady :)
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