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Trying to conceive, on metformin for pcod, have excessive sleepiness, brown discharge, negative pregnancy test. Conclusion?

hi,i got my last period in june22nd and i having pcod also i am taking metformin everyday like 4months..we are trying to conceive from 7 months .but i dont understand from 2-3 days i am feeling sleepy in day time even i complite my sleep then also i feel slepy.and i took a pregnancy test but that test given me negative result day before yesterday?today when i urinating then brown dishcharge came out i thought may be my mesturation coming out ,but still it doesent came.then what is the reason?
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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Metformin is tried for induction of ovulation in PCOD either in combination with clomiphene or alone as a secondary line drug when clomiphene fails or sometimes as the first choice. Yet, it does not essentially correct the entire problem as such. So, when you are on treatment for infertility you need to have yourself continuously monitored for hormones apart from getting scans done. Sometimes you may need additional supplementation apart from drugs inducing ovulation. I suggest you should get a checkup done as it seems that you are having spotting. Take care.
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