Update ... went to see dr he did more blood work and ultra sound. Said he didn't see anything in uterus and I wasn't tender which is a sign of eptopic pregnancy being tender. Said he didn't see any blood in the abdominal cavity. Which is a goos sign. He said my bleeding isn't heavy enough for misscarriage so he wants to see if hcg hormones have doubled. Will call me tomorrow.
This is my sucess story for metformin though not a happy ending we did have sucess because of metformin. I started metformin on febuary 9th right after my af arrived on the 6th. I started with 500 mg for the first week then 1000mg after that. On march 11th I hadn't recievec af so I started testing.. I got nothing but bfn so I gave it a rest for a few days. On the 19th of march I decided to test using frer because I was having promising signs like cm and cp. So I tested with three frer and all were bfp but faint I began cramping and then spotting so I went to dr right away for bloods. They came back to 5.56 so dr said yes I was pregnant but I was miscarrying. Well I had to fallow up with my dr, he was out of town during my first visit. He ordered another blood work and it came back to 10 then we did it again three days later and it was 48 and again one more time it was 111. However this whole time my progestrone was below 1. So dr said he wanted to terminate it because he wasn't a viable pregnancy and he fears its in my tubes I had been having pelvic pains and I myself new something wasn't right so I agreed to the methotrexate shot as I feard an ectopic. I am 3 days since the shot and have to wait til my levels reach 0 and 1 cycle before we can start ttc again. It has been emotional but trying to stay on a positive track and say hey we got pregnant and the metformin is just what I needed to do so now we r just going to keep praying for a healthier pregnancy next time. Goodluck with your metformin.
I was put on Metformin because I was having periods where my cycles were completely irregular and in October 2011, I bled for 3 weeks. I went to the ob/gyn and she told me I was insulin resistant and I wasn't ovulating correctly so that's why my bf and I weren't able to conceive. At first, I was only on 1000mg a day and it made me bleed randomly again, so I was put on 2000mg a day and it really began working when I got my period in November on the 28th, ending around December 4/5. My bf and I were having sex everyday and I'm pretty sure I felt myself ovulate in the middle of December at some point. On the 28th of December, I was about 3 days late because I was back to a 28 day cycle and bam! I was told I was pregnant when I went to the doctor for a regular checkup. Now, I'm almost 5 months pregnant! Metformin works for a lot of people and definitely worked for me! Some people with PCOS have a tougher time though so try Clomid with it as well.
Hi ladies I take 1500mg Metformin prescribed by my GP in a last ditch attempt to regulate my cycle before I start IVF in the next month. I have been taking it for 2 months exactly on sunday so i'm 2 days short of two months! However this is what it's done so far in 2 months. Within 5 days of starting 500mg dose i bled for a week, then i built myself up to 1500mg as recommended by my GP and had a 40 day cycle however, that was only 9 days ago and i'm now spotting AGAIN and feel like i'm gonna start my period wtf is going on?? has this happened to any of you ladies? I'm so upset because i thought that i might have a cycle slightly shorter than 40 days this month and then gradulally get closer and closer to 28 day cycle
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