Hello, everyone! I just joined today after going through (and still going through) what seems to be my usual monthly insanity. Long story short, from the very first day I got my period I've had trouble with it and was only recently diagnosed with PCOS. My doctor and gynecologist both thought Metformin would help since hubby have decided to TTC. It seems like the only thing the Metformin is working on is making me crazy every month! I don't see AF very often, and when I do its usually because I've taken Progesterone for a week to bring her around. On the months I don't see her, I get what I've been calling mock pregnancy symptoms with the whole nausea, tenderness, etc. and then feeling so much disappointment when I take a HPT and see that BFN. This month seems to be different with stronger nausea, and some interesting cravings along with this bloated/fullness feeling in my stomach. I'm supposed to see AF any day now, assuming I'm on a 28-30 day cycle after the progesterone. I was going to wait until Tuesday to take a HPT but I caved today and did one we purchased from the local dollar store.... another BFN on that one. My first reaction was that disbelieving "Seriously?!" followed by "Ok, that's fine. Maybe it's too early or the test is wrong?" followed by me breaking down into tears and doing one of those bargaining prayers just to be able to have just 1 healthy baby. The praying is a new step for me, which I guess means I care a lot more about this than I thought I did despite working out a time-table and plan with my gyn. My husband is a great guy who is very loving and supportive, but he just doesn't understand what it is I'm going through with the emotional rollercoaster. I guess I just needed to get things out with people who can relate and offer support, so thanks for listening/reading! I'm starting to feel a little better already...
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