CD 22 had bloodwork because I requested it - my temps showed a possiable O but not the tests - the bloodwork showed nothing and went back 7 days later and still nothing I started on 50mg and got my BFP on cycle 2, i was perimenopausal and not ov any more!! I was wondering if anyone has had their progesterone taken on day 21 while being on Clomid. I feel preggo - nausea, headache, just weird all around. Thank you so much for your encouraging words..
We meet with him and he is starting me on Clomid mg combined with Metformin for 7 days. I have to take Provera to start my period, which I'm currently on, and then once I start, I'll take that cocktail on days We are going to also do IUI with this treatment. He said if I do not ovulate on these drugs, I will be going to shots. Has anyone used these drugs together? Any thoughts or opinions about it? Any info would be helpful. You won't find any success stories on this board as we are all still trying to get pg.
I was on clomid but not metformin. Clomid, for me, wasn't bad at all. I did get hot flashes but I am always cold so I didn't mind them so much. I also had a lot of o pain on clomid because my follicles got so big. GL with this upcoming cycle! So glad you moved to an IF Dr who will monitor you properly. I've heard of that combo before, but usually you take Metformin for more than 7 days.
Many women take it every day I'm currently on Met to try to get my cycle shorter. Currently it's days. I have unofficially been diagnosed with PCOS. Met is a drug used for people with ype II Diabetes and is NOT a fertility drug, although it is often used with women who have PCOS to help regulate cycles that may be wonky due to insulin resistence. That seems pointless to me. It takes months for Met to actually work. I have been on 50mg of Met once a day, for a little over a month. This cycle was 34 days long and significantly lighter than any cycle I've had in the last 19 months.
I have PCOS too. What a nasty disease, huh? Metformin won't in any way decrease your odds for multiples, but will increase your odds of a live birth. I was just diagnosed with PCOS last week. My husband and I really want to have a child and are heartbroken over this, because I don't ovulate at all. I'm beginning all of the check-ups and will talk to my Dr. Anyone know chances of pregnancy with PCOS?
I'm 29 and in really good health weight wise, etc This is such a scary thing! I two have PCOS. I was Diagnosed with it after my freshman year of college in I had to see a Endo specialist in Maine Medical for several years because my hormones were out of wack. So I was lucky to know about this syndrome before my husband and I started trying for a baby. We got married in and started trying for baby 1 in I was put on Metformin with Femara.
It worked and we got our daughter. Now she is 2 and we are trying our rounds again. This time Im on Metformin with Clomid nothing so far, of what I know of. But I would love to have twins. Its in my blood. My mom's a twin and my sister had twins. My husband's brother and sister are twins as well so it would be a neat addition, although I know it doesnt run on the man's side.
Actually I am currently taking Metformin and now currently taking Clomid and my Doc told me that the change of twins is much higher than just using clomid, but i have PCOS so i have to take both My info is not opinion or hearsay. It is from published research on this very topic. Several studies have compared rates of multiples on various drugs: Injects carry the highest rates of twinning, followed by clomid alone.
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