Firstly, I would suggest that you see an infertility
specialist who can assess you properly with all the necessary investigations before initiating any sort of treatment. Meprate is medroxyprogesterone
, a hormone used to treat progesterone deficiency
states. Glycomet is metformin, an anti-diabetic medication used when insulin resistance
is suspected as a cause of anovulation. By maintaining the blood glucose levels, this drug aids in inducing ovulation. They may be taken until your doctor insists. Medroxyprogesterone may be changed to something safer while metformin can be continued. Please get further suggestions from your doctor. Take care.