Sorry ladies have been awol for a while, my parents are staying with us for a while so have been very busy, nice way of staying occupied though.
Haon - I would ask for the doctor to look into your FSH and LH levels, it is usually found that when you have PCOS your LH will be higher than FSH at the beginning of your cycle when it should be about the same. My Lh has actually been 3 times my FSH in the past which makes it very hard for my follciles to grow as my body always thinks it is ovulating prematurely as a LH surge starts ovulation. You could also ask for a AMH assessment to find out where you stand with your fertility, fortunately that is usually a positive for us PCOS girls as we don't like to give our eggs up and usually get high levels of eggs still left. I have heard that metformin can be very good for weight loss hun so good luck, hopefully it will also do the trick for you and help you to ovulate.
pinklinkin - Hope things are going well for you hun
Hopefullyanotherbaby - Good luck hun, hope this is a good cycle for you back on the clomid.
BeckG7 - I hope you are one of the lucky ones who has no side effects to the met, I am currently on 3 tablets a day and have been for a year now and have no side effects at all unless I have a bad day of eating the wrong foods and even then its not that bad (usually the food just goes through my system quicker, no bad stomach etc). My DH has similar results with sperm when trying for DD and we were successful after adding menevit into the mix, this time around his results have come back normal.
AFM - Really don't think I have ovulated again not sure where we take it from here.