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    I have PCOS and was diganosed when i was 12, ive been trying for a baby for 4 years.

    Myself and my partner went to our first fertility appointment today, we met our specalist consultant shes lovely.

    We had a long talk about both our history. They have put me on metformin and want me to start taking the Inofolic® Alpha but i need to order the Inofolic® Alpha.

    I dont really know how i feel about today currently led in bed mind overthinking about it all. I suppose thats normal is it?

  • #2
    Using clomiphene and metformin together can be useful for women with the polycystic ovarian syndrome. If they can ovulate and get pregnant with a medication combination.
    Doctors find the use of metformin in fertility treatment very effective because it helps in the following way: Sensitises insulin receptors to the available Insulin. Induce Ovulation: Menstrual period cycles become regular with Metformin administration and ovulation is induced as a result in some PCOS patients. Every treatment has its specialist so choose wisely because the right treatment depends on the medical condition of the patient. Once your healthcare provider has diagnosed female infertility and pinpointed the reason, there are a variety of treatment options available. In vitro fertilization is a common technique.


    • #3
      Don't hesitate to consult a doctor do be sure so you don't get anxious over time .. this might be one the best advice !
      Last edited by 1Aliccia; 09-22-2022, 03:49 PM.


      • #4
        It's completely normal to have mixed emotions and overthink things after a fertility appointment, especially when dealing with a condition like PCOS and trying to conceive for an extended period of time. The journey towards parenthood can be emotionally challenging and filled with uncertainty, and it's natural to have a lot on your mind.

        Here are a few things to consider:
        1. Seek Support: You don't have to go through this journey alone. Lean on your partner, friends, and family for emotional support. You might also consider joining a support group for individuals with PCOS or infertility, where you can connect with others who understand what you're going through.
        2. Trust Your Specialist: Your specialist is there to guide you through the process and recommend treatments that are tailored to your specific situation. They have experience in helping individuals with PCOS achieve pregnancy, so trust their expertise.
        3. Stay Informed: It's great that you're taking steps to follow your specialist's recommendations, like starting Metformin and ordering Inofolic® Alpha. Stay informed about your condition and treatment options, but try to avoid overwhelming yourself with too much information from the internet.

        It's okay to have moments of doubt and worry, but remember that you're taking proactive steps towards achieving your goal of having a baby. Your specialist is there to support you, and there are various treatment options available for PCOS-related infertility.


        • #5
          Absolutely, it's completely normal to feel a mix of emotions after your first fertility appointment. It's a significant step, and processing the information takes time. Take it one step at a time, and don't hesitate to seek support from your partner or a close friend. Wishing you strength and positivity on your journey.
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