Metformin for Polycystic ovaries treatment

We have 283 consumer reports for treatment of Polycystic ovaries with Metformin. Polycystic ovaries used in 12% of cases.

Patients statistics on Polycystic ovaries for Metformin

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Average weight in Lbs
198.49
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Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
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Average age
35
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Metformin Circle Diagram 34 consumers of 283 reported about Polycystic ovaries

  1. Kellie R. Murphy says:
    4.5 rating

    Metformin for Fertility disorders; Polycystic ovaries; Diabetes mellitus type ii

    Unfortunately, extreme diarrhea with metformin (initially 2×450 mg / day, then 1x 850 mg / day, then 2×850 mg / day). Unfortunately, it did not get better, but it will continue, as it can allegedly achieve very good results in PCO patients who at the same time have insulin resistance and want to fulfill their long-awaited desire to have children. My diabetologist advised me then I could take a drug for diarrheal diseases at the same time. You would not become dependent on it, and it would not hurt the body. So I could then benefit from the good effects of Metformax. Will that try now. Good luck to you all!

    Side effects: Diarrhea
  2. Katrina M. Hetherington says:
    4.0 rating

    Metformin for Kinderwunsch-treatment; Polycystic ovaries; Diabetes mellitus type ii

    We were after about 3 years of having children in a KIWU practice. There, after he saw me, the doctor immediately took insulin resistance and wanted to test it immediately. This has also been confirmed. I then got prescribed metformin and lost 5 pounds immediately after about 30 days. Then the ovulation was triggered, because there has finally formed a beautiful. After very bad prognosis and SG of my husband OAT III we have thanks to the help of Metformin’s a 9 months old son. I would like to encourage them and hope that some people will feel the same way and they are lucky enough to get pregnant with the help. Now I take metformin again but not because of the desire for children but because of a permanent decrease. Since my liver values were also very high, I hope it works better this time.

    Side effects: No side effects
  3. Jeniffer L. Medina says:
    4.5 rating

    Metformin for Kinderwunsch-treatment; Polycystic ovaries

    I take 2xtägl. 850 mg metformin, because of PCO and irregular cycles. I have no insulin resistance, I am normal weight and take metformin mainly because of having children. The cycle got off to a good start in just a few weeks and became pregnant in the third metformin cycle. I had side effects like diarrhea and nausea at the beginning quite often, now and then, but I can handle that.

    Side effects: Nausea; Diarrhea
  4. Susan R. Lee says:
    4.5 rating

    Metformin for Polycystic ovaries

    I take Metformin 500 3 X daily because of the disease PCO syndrome. KInderwunsch is present for 5 years and the rule has remained completely since the age of 18 years. In these years, much increased, without eating differently. With Metformin 500 I now have a regular (to the exact day) period and in the 8 months have lost about 17 pounds and even had an ovulation last month. In the beginning, had to deal with diarrhea, but after a few weeks was fixed. Can only recommend this drug. I am not a diabetic but still insulin resistant. Unfortunately, the PCO syndrome is not well known to the doctors. Am glad after many years to have come to a gynecologist with knowledge of this disease (metabolic disorder). This drug is an off-label use for this disease, so I get a private prescription and have to buy it myself for about 14 euros a month.

    Side effects: By snowfall
  5. Marcy C. Pentecost says:
    1.5 rating

    Metformin for Polycystic ovaries; Diabetes mellitus type ii

    I have been taking metformin for 16 days now. In the first week I started with 1 x 500, now I take 1 x 1000 and from next week I should increase to 1 x 1500. I’ve been having flatulence and diarrhea since then. Since the increase to 1000 comes tremendous nausea feeling and crazy sweats as in women with menopause added. That makes me crazy. Besides, I’m just tired and always exhausted. Is that normal? I would like to stop it, because without metformin I feel better.

    Side effects: Sweats; Fatigue; Flatulence; Diarrhea
  6. Jennifer A. King says:
    3.0 rating

    Metformin for Kinderwunsch-treatment; Polycystic ovaries; Diabetes mellitus type ii

    After such a short intake (1 month), of 2 x 500mg daily, I must say that this medi has some side effects. After one week, I had again of the 15 kg, which I have taken off the MF, again angekuttert 2 kg. HEISSHUNGER high 2 !!! The remaining side effects are stated above …. Wish it would be otherwise …

  7. Lan T. Stephens says:
    3.5 rating

    Metformin for Polycystic ovaries

    Cycle has normalized from an average of 40-170 days to a cycle length of 28-33 days. Decrease to 10 kg in one year. Side effects such as nausea, diarrhea and flatulence were severe at baseline, but disappeared within a few days and are rare and weak.

  8. Nancy P. Cahill says:
    4.0 rating

    Metformin for Polycystic ovaries

    I have been suffering from PCO syndrome for years. The whole thing turned out last year when I was at the gynecologist because of my desire to have a child. Unfortunately it is so much that I have too many male hormones and this leads me to almost half a year Metformin was prescribed to me last year. The first week I was supposed to take one tablet in the morning, the second week in the morning and evening one tablet and in the third week, then in the morning, at noon and in the evening one tablet. Compatibility was with me so bad that I have the tablets then completely discontinued after 23 days. I suffered from diarrhea and severe stomach cramps, which meant that I could hardly move at the end. Two days after stopping the tablets, the side effects were direct disappeared. The doctor told me that an absolute incompatibility occurs very rarely, but well, with me it was really hard, he ha He said that the first few days can be nausea and diarrhea, but nobody thought of that, especially not for three weeks. I have been taking Siofor since last week and the effect is great, I got my days directly 2 days after my first tablet. Although suffering from diarrhea, but not so strong and that sounds slow.More I can not unfortunately say to Siofor.

    Side effects: Stomach cramps; Diarrhea
  9. Michele M. Weaver says:
    4.0 rating

    Metformin for Polycystic ovaries

    I learned about 2 weeks ago that I have a pco-syndrome … have also taken many tablets before because my menstrual period has long stayed out of clom-hexal until now to the metformin I have tried everything. At the first two days I had to vomit .. but with time you only have bissl dizziness feeling but is to hold out. I hope that I will have an ovulation again someday because once I had one, but unfortunately I lost the child, … well not give up viell that works and I hope on the tablets because we have nothing left anyway .. lg ……….. from Bottrop ….

    Side effects: Vomit; Dizziness
  10. Brenda A. Wilson says:
    4.0 rating

    Metformin for Polycystic ovaries

    I get Metformin as a therapy for the PCO syndrome (Polycystical ovarian syndrome). My doctor warned me against diarrhea and indigestion. Both, as well as the side effects described in the package insert have not occurred. As a positive side effects, however, I have found that: – Cholesterol and blood lipids have improved – I can lose weight again – no more morbid water retention – more regular period – no starvation attacks on sweets (chocolate) more No negative side effects.

    Side effects: No side effects