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Pregnancy With Medication.
A myPCOSteam Member asked a question 💭

Hello, those who successfully gotten pregnant with medication, what medication was it and how many times did you go through it till it worked?

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Im 33 wks pregnant for reference (due dec 7). I'll also say PCOS ranges so much in how it might affect your hormone system. What you need might look different than what i needed. The best thing that… read more

How Does Everyone Treat Stomach Cramps Caused By Their Medications?
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I am currently taking three different medications (metformin,levoxythyroxine, & jolivette) and the side affects are stomach pain or cramps. They come at different times of the day and can get pretty painful. I take an ibuprofen almost daily when they start. Is there something I can take to stop the cramps before they start or get too bad?

A myPCOSteam Member

It may be the metformin - try the slow release ones and if that doesn't work consider trying a different insulin regulator like the glitazones.

What Should I Ask Expect Out Of My Reproductive Endocrinologist Appointment??
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I am 28, I've been trying to get pregnant for 9 months, I have PCOS and hypothyroidism. I am currently taking metformin and levothyroxine to help with them. I went from have a regular period to not having one at all. I'm not ovulating for some reason. So I am seeing a reproductive endocrinologist on Wednesday and I am so nervous. Any advice? I have had my egg quality and reserve checked and everything is normal, my thyroid levels were good and my HSG was totally normal. My obgyn can't figure out… read more