Metformin helps lean women with pcos!

by Mickky
(Austria)

Hello! The latest newsletter article claims that Metformin may not help lean women with PCOS! I don't agree with that!

I am lean, non diabetic, having PCOS and couldn't conceive for 9 years. After 3 months of a treatment with Metformin (low dose of 850mg daily), I conceived and am now in 2nd month pregnant!

I want to reassure all lean women with PCOS to think positively. Metformin may help lean women!

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i have lean pcos
by: Anonymous

hi, i have lean pcos and just started taking metformin yesterday, I was hard for me to believe at first that i had pcos becuase my only symptom is irregluar periods, but after blood work it was confirmed that i have pcos. when i read about metforin it seems like it will only help women who are overweight, so i was really happy to hear what you have to say to women with lean pcos. I am very hopeful and optimistic that this will work for me soon, i have been trying for 9 months.

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