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Long term TTC & infertility
29/04/2013 at 15:05
I've been battling pcos since I was a teenager, now I'm 27. Married and ttc #1
I am on metformin medication as I have pcos, just started on 10th April. My cycles are very irregular and period comes as often as twice in a month. My cycles have never exceeded 29 days. But now it's already CD 36. My previous period was from 25th March - 2nd April. My husband and I hade intercourse on 11th April & 14th April. My question is why is there a delay in my period? Is there any possibility that I may be pregnant? I've taken a pregnancy test a week ago but was negative. My symptoms are bloating, nausea, headache, cramping, backache Really appreciate your feedbacks. Tq
30/04/2013 at 14:20
hi Belta, I'm 31, been ttc for 1st for 3yrs was diagnosed pco about 4 yrs ago. my cycles have never been regular, they range from 28 - 52 days. We're just waiting for a date from referral to see fertility doc after having countless tests!
I do suffer with all you have listed most cycles, although if you havent before it could be down to the metformin, how long have you been taking it?
the good news is my sister in law is also pcos and fell with my nephew whilst be treated with metformin so it really does help!
how long have you been trying for? I know it can be very frustrating, and down days are very common with me, but I do try to stay possitive as hard as it is.
dont know if any of this helps but sometimes its just nice to know people are going through the same, and your not alone. I've found this site a big help, hopefully you will to.
wishing you a happy ever after.
02/06/2014 at 10:39
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