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Prescribed Glucophage for irregular periods due to PCOD. Nausea, breast tenderness. What can it be?

I had irregular periods before and dictor prescribed me glucophage 500mg twice a day after diagnosing im having pcod .my last period was dec 10th.we had sex almost evryday till jan5th so tat we wont miss fertile period.on 9th of january I got slight bleeding lasted on and off till 11th afternoon.usually I hav heavy and long periods.i also have nausea and slight breast tenderness with fatigue .what can it be?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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Thanks for the query.
Glucophage is nothing but metformin used in PCOS for insulin resistance. It increases the chances of conception and helps in weight reduction and thereby regularizes menstrual cycle and menstrual blood flow.
Nausea could be a side effect of glucophage.
Breast tenderness is due to progesterone in second half of the cycle.

Dr Nilofer

women with PCOS and a body mass index above 25 be given metformin for anovulation and infertility when other therapies have failed to produce results.
Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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