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Ok so I conceived my first child after 6 months on metformin. We tried for one year before I learned I had pcos. I unfortunately didn't write down how irregular my periods were so I don't remember when they started to get later and later! We have decided to go off the pill and the first two months my period was at 31 days so I was hopeful that this time would be different! I am now at 33 days and still no period? When did your periods start becoming irregular?
I am sorry I am probably not too much help. I went off the pill last Jan had 1 period on my own and was diagnosed that July. My cycles were super long I didn't have a period for about 4 months before doc gave me provera. I did manage to have one on my own after 3 months but I currently doing provera/ clomid. Good luck! And it seems you may be on the right track. Are u using opks too?
Thank u for replying! I know last time the longest I went was 92 days and then went on prometrium and metformin. I just can't remember when that happened! I just ordered a bulk pack of opks! I know they didn't work for me before I went on meds last time but I'm hoping this time will be different!
It's been so long since I was on BC I can't really remember how long it took my cycle to de-regulate. Temping may be a better idea that the opks as that's only a one time purchase. Even if you get the internet cheapie opks the cost (and frustration) can add up fast if you have a 40+ day cycle. Plus they don't confirm you have ovulated, only that you are likely to do so in 12-48 hours.
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