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Light periods with no cramping, unable to conceive, used Meltforman. Suggestion?

I been trying to have a baby for four years. lately I have went on metforman because it helps with this stuff but my sugars are not high. My period usally is 7 days with bad cramping but this month I had no cramping and i just had a light drips for 8 days and now I have light twinges and the drip turned into light brown spotting. i have Never had this happen before, I am 30. What do you think is happening?
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Welcome to Healthcare-Magic
Greetings of the day

Metformin is an anti diabetic drug which has got beneficial role in management of infertility especially due to Polycystic ovary disease.
Painless cycle are usually due to anovulatory cycle.
There is no cause for concern.
It will normalize.
In case you need any further assistance, will be glad to assist you.

Wishing you happy and healthy life

Take Care

Best Regards
Dr Deepak K K
Answered: Sat, 4 Jan 2014
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