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Trying to conceive, delayed periods. On dimet 500, eve care, folic acid. Tested for blood sugar. Treatment for infertility?

Hi I have been trying to get pregnant and 2 months ago I went to a gynecologist she prescribed 2 Dimet 500 per day along with eve care and Folic acid 1 per day I was not tested for blood sugar and haven t had blood sugar in my life I just turned 32 last month pls advise. I got my period 12 days late the day I went to see the doc that was the first time it was irregular ...
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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Most probably you are suffering from from PCOS which is common reason for delayed periods and infertility. Insulin resistance is one of the underlying pathology leading to PCOS so many clinicians prescribe metformin as empirical treatment. You may not find your blood sugar raised but still there may be intrinsic problem like insulin resistance leading to PCOS. If you are overweight try to lose weight by diet control and exercise. You need to undergo few hormonal tests to come at diagnosis. Trust your doctor and continue treatment.take care
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