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    KittyKatJenn posted:
    My doc upped my Met from 1000mg a day to 2000mg a day. He is gonna pair it with clomid also this cycle I think, maybe next.

    I am certainly getting the side effects from it already! I was up at 3 this morning in the bathroom. Hopefully I will get used to it pretty quick though. And I am hopign the higher dose paired with my exercise and eating routine I have now will help me in losing weight. I have dropped a couple inches, but not near what I want.

    Here's hoping for some good outcomes!
     
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    Prayforamiracle responded:
    I really hope the extra Met and Clomid is all it takes. Also, I hope the extra Met isn't too hard on you. Wishing you lots of luck! Keep me posted.
    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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