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Oosure M for PCOS
Hello! My wife is prescribed Oosure M for PCOS as follicular study showed eggs size not increasing on 11th day of cycle. She is also prescribed Duphaston 10 mg(from day 11-26) & Maxofert F. My wife's blood sugar levels are absolutely normal & she is not even pre-diabetic. I read Oosure M has Metformin in it which is used to control diabetes. Should she have Oosure M? Why to have this if not even prediabetic? I'm not confident of having her take this medicine. Also I have one more question. Is it possible to have menses if one doesn't ovulate in her cycle? I understand Duphaston maintains regular cycles. But is it possible that one is having menses without ovulation? Kindly enlighten. Thank you.
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Pl consult gynaecologist.
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Metformin improves insulin sensitivity which is good for pcos Anovulatory cycles can be there in PCOS
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Trust your doctor...take medicine as prescribed by your doctor
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