PCOS and Metmorfin/Clomid Question

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  1. WTTMommy

    WTTMommy Mama to Rach

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    Hi ladies

    I have a question. My doctor after a series of blood work and an ultrasound (no cysts found) thinks I may have PCOS. She has referred me to an endocrinologist and am still waiting for a call. My question is, if they know you have PCOS, how soon will they prescribe medication to help with ovulation (Metmorfin or Clomid).

    We've only been TTC for 2 months, but I told the doc 6 months as we've been NTNP for the last 6 months :blush: Is it true it has to be 12 months of trying before they can prescribe medication? What if they know the problem long before you reach a year? I don't see why they'd wait that long.

    Today's CD 61, haven't had a period since February 17th :(
     
  2. JemmaD

    JemmaD 3rd trimester

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    ive made a post on things that will help with ttc and there are some herbs on there you can take that will help aswell as what the doc will give you xxxx
     
  3. Purpular

    Purpular Well-Known Member

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    WHen I was diagnosed with PCOS I was prescribed metformin straight away and I wasn't ttc. The clomid is different though as you can only take it for a limited amount of time.
     
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    WTTMommy Mama to Rach

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