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    mommab89 posted:
    Hello! I am 25 years old. My SO and I are TTC our first child together (he has an 8 year old daughter from a previous marriage). This will be our 3rd cycle. I currently take Metformin for Insulin resistance. My first cycle TTC I did not ovulate, that is why I was put on the Metformin. It has made a HUGE difference. I ovulated last month and AF came without Provera. I am keeping my fingers crossed for this cycle!!
     
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    kristine403 responded:
    Hi, fingers crossed for you and wishing you baby dusts. Let me share here with you a site you can use to calculate your ovulation period to help you on your TTC journey, good luck. http://www.ovulation-predictor.org/


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