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    Default Cycle help?

    Hi ladies, I was wondering if any of you can shed some light and help me with my cycles.

    I have recently been diaognised with PCOS and am on cycle day 35. I am taking metformin 1000 mg a day to try and sort myself out.
    My question is I thought I would have been due for AF on about the 6/6/14 and I did a pregnancy test and it was negative so I did a ovulation test and it was positive. I don't get it? I have done another opt on the 7/6/14 and it was positive as well. Now they are negative? Is it possible I could have ovulated that late in my cycle. Please help I am very confused as I have not gone thought this before. I still have not seen af show up either. Thanks ladies.

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    Yes its possible to ovulate that late. PCOS can do anything from making your cycle very short through to making it non-existent.

    How long is your cycle normally?
    Are you taking Clomid as well or just Metformin?

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    Pcos definitely throws things off. I ovulated just after cd35 and I'm now 25 weeks pregnant. Fingers crossed for you xx


 

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