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    amynrich2006 posted:
    I was prescribed Metformin 500mg 2x a day, and then told to return in three months to see how things are going. This was 2 months ago. I feel that it has done nothing, but keep me running to the bathroom all the time. I have not had AF for about 6-7 months. My next Dr appt is not until the middle of next month. I just feel that I am wasting vital time and do not know what he is going to do next month. We have been TTC for 6 years, but only on and off with a Dr. I do not know if I should call the Dr and let them know what is going and see what they say, or just wait. I do not know if I should try natural supplement's or a progesterone cream to help regulate my period. I just don't know what to do. I just feel that I wasting vital time for us to have a family. I also feel that I am just sitting around doing nothing.
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