For 19 months now since my child was born I have been eating food with heavy butter and lots of carbs and lots of sweets. This made me gain weight and i believe that is what affected my periods and hormone levels. For 1 week now I have been eating healthy low carbs, no sweets, no butter, and exercising every other day. I have the Met, but have not taken it. I know I am not a doctor, but I think if I try for a few months to loose weight on my own and it works. Then do blood test again, and then determine if I really need the meds. Also try to conceive naturally before I try the meds. If it does not work or I have problems conceiving then I will definitely take it. My doctor told me I don't have diabetes but high insulin. And I do get my period just sometimes it is late. Am I wrong to wait a few months. This whole process is to get healthy but at the same time to be healthy in order to have another child. I don't want to delay but I don't want to take met. when I am pregnant. Any advice will be helpful.
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