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Tips On Helping Convience

Tips On Helping Convience

Hi all does anyone have any tips on becoming pregant and did taking metform help any on,ibe being trying the past 3 years and noting seems to be working its so hard and can become very down over it. I use ouvaltion kits also but still no luck can someone have bit of adivice for me please im beginung of given up

A myPCOSteam Member said:

I agree it can be disheartening. Way to go on the 4 and a half stone! The bbt method is the Basal Body Temperature method. Basicly before you get out of bed you take your temperature vaginally every morning and recored it. The day after ovulation, you should see a three day sustained temp rise. This lets you know you ovulated. This is helpful in that after a few months you can see if you are ovulating and exactly when. Another issue if you are ovulating and still unable to get pregnant may be progesterone. Progesterone thickens the unterine lining in preparation for pregnancy. If this lining isn't optimal implantation can't take place. There is hope though! You are doing wonderful and your day will come ❤

posted over 5 years ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

I was on Metformin, Provera and Clomid when I fell pregnant with my two boys. I truly believe the metformin helped. I was overweight though and every bit of weight you can lose increases your chances of pregnancy....and it helped me lose a little weight - just enough not huge amounts but enough. Metformin helps you balance your blood sugar and insulin levels and these are what cause inflammation in your body.....so it makes sense that it would help create a more welcoming environment for bubba to come along. I wish you all the very best.

posted over 4 years ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

Honestly, get professional help. I spent two years on monthly injections, regular blood tests and scans. Ultimately ivf yielded a result. I wish I hadn't taken so long to start ivf.

posted over 5 years ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

Provera + (Clomid or Letrozole) that's where I have started next will be injections but get your ON to refer you to a Specialist which monitor to see what steps work best for you!!!

posted over 5 years ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

I have lost four and a half stone and still trying to loose more it can become so dishearting never heard of the paleo diet must look it up yep ovualtion kits workimg an kinda tey an plan on what days to try an comceice but somehow doesnt help .and th bbt method what to you meam sorry for all the queations xx

posted over 5 years ago
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