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How long can you take metformin ?

Hello Docter,im ramya 23 yrs old, n newly married [only 4mnths] but by periods is very irregular before marriage n now its self im getting my periods after taking tablets only [premoult n and mettafformin 500MG] for 10 days by advice of my docter but hw long i should take tablets from 3 years im facing this. Im not getting my periods naturally. I WAN TO GET PREGNANCY SOON and i also get the test of hsg xray my left fallopin tube were blocked and small cysts were found in ultrasound scan .so, i cant get pregnancy by these problems? please give me Advice and help me ,ovalution is possible by taking premoult n its support to release egg?
Asked On : Thu, 23 Jun 2011
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Thanks for query,
Your irregular period might be due to cysts,
Your case requires evaluation.
Consult your gynaec and discuss about,
1,to regularize the period,
2,problem of cysts you got,
3,Block fallopian tube,
ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 23 Jun 2011
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