My doctors told me I have pcos, & I'm taking metformin for it. My period has returned does that mean I will be back ovulating soon?

Period. If you had a period ( not bleeding for other reasons) then you ovulated. Hopefully you will continue to do so but cannot guarantee you will, or for certain when. Watch for the next period, and good luck.

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What's the best thing to help me ovulate. I have PCOS and don't get my period without BC. I tried metformin but still didn't get my period.

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