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    KittyKatJenn posted:
    And the meds aren't doing what they should be doing. He is going to up my dosage of Met and combine it with something else. He thought he had upped me last month. Blah. Oh well. At least this is something. Hopefully the higher dosage combined with the other meds and my new gym routine will do something for me!
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    Prayforamiracle responded:
    Wishing you better luck on the higher meds! I'm having the same trouble. Something has to start working for us!
    Prayforamiracle-Me(35)PCOS Dh(42)MFI TTC since 11/06. Only pregnancy ended in loss in July 2007. On 1500mg of Metformin. Currently on Cycle 24.
     
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    KittyKatJenn replied to Prayforamiracle's response:
    I sure hope so.


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