Thank you I'm totally taking it as a good sign, even though it's only being chalked up to the world's worst PMS. At least my body is doing something. Next cycle my gyn will increase my dosage to 5mg and hopefully that will help. Fingers crossed for us all that our BFPs come soon.
Yes, that is mostly what I'm seeing as well. Do you know why some doctors prefer 3-7 and others 5-9? My doctor said she prefers 5-9 but I didn't ask why. Wondering if I should ask her about 3-7 for next cycle.
I'm not taking metformin. Although, I have read that femara and metformin are a great combo so If I dont get my BFP soon I'm going to ask about it. Also I heard that if you continue the metformin into the first trimester that the MC rate is greatly reduced in us PCOS ladies, but i'm not sure if that's true.
My fertility specialist said she has had more luck with 3-7 than 5-9. I have read success with both methods though.
You having any side effects from the metformin? I've heard they can be pretty gnarly lol.
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