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    Opks never worked for me. I ended up using soy isoflavones to ovulate.

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    I'm 29 have pcos too. I have a son who is 2.5 now trying for number 2.
    I was never put on metform just went straight to clomid . Doc said just start taking it as I didn't get my period anyway. I'm on my second month now. Took 5 rounds with my son.
    Do you record your temps? I find it helps me pinpoint ovulation as I now get a slight dip and rise at ovulation. It's fun to see it and know kind of when to start dtd.
    Is metform for starting a period? I only know clomid is to make u o..

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    Provera is to bring on your period. I definitely recommend looking into the app fertility friend, getting a basal body thermometer and tracking your temps.


 

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