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I'm pcos patient.26age. Metformin 1000mg for 3 months.Periods regular 31-33 days long cycle.Want to get pregnant. Clomid?How?When?How much? Please

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Dr. Jeff Livingston
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Ovulation testing

PCOS patients often do not ovulate.
If you are having regular cyclic periods now then you may be ovulating. Ovulation testing is the next step. This should be done before taking ovulation medication like Clomid. Consider a midluteal phase Progesterone blood test to help determine the next steps.

In brief: Ovulation testing

PCOS patients often do not ovulate.
If you are having regular cyclic periods now then you may be ovulating. Ovulation testing is the next step. This should be done before taking ovulation medication like Clomid. Consider a midluteal phase Progesterone blood test to help determine the next steps.
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