21 and i have pcos

by toni
(texas)

I was diagnosed with pcos a little over a year now.

When I heard I had this I was crushed. I've been with my husband for 9 years and we got married 3 yrs ago.

I've tried and tried getting pregnant and nothing I get so depressed but now I finally know why I am not getting pregnant.

I was put on Glucophage and they would make me so sick, my doctor said if I didn't eat right they would do that, so I changed my diet not eating bad food.

I still got sick I even lived on salad for a week.

I was wondering if anyone else went threw this with the Glucophage pills?

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Ed. comments: Women with PCOS are commonly prescribed metformin (Glucophage). Metformin is well known for causing gastrointestinal problems in some women.

Please visit our web page on metformin for more details.




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