metformin and fertility
I was recently asked by a friend to participate in a study with metformin about its effects on fertility. I knew that there are a lot of side effects associated with the drug so I decided to skip the usual questions and instead asked my friend to start off with a couple of sentences about metformin and fertility.
So basically, metformin is a medication that can cause various side effects.
Of course, the main one for me is that it increases the body’s production of estrogen, which can lead to menopause. But I have a bit of a quandary about metformin because I don’t want to take it on a regular basis.
If you don’t want to go on a regular basis, I think the best way to deal with metformin is to take it as a supplement. You definitely don’t want to take metformin on a daily basis, but you can get it in pill form just so long as you take a low dose of metformin. A good place to get the pill form of metformin is in your doctor’s office.
The best place to get metformin is in your doctors office. If you have a Dr. that is 100% female, they can prescribe metformin to you and you can take it on a daily basis, with a low dose. Or, if you are on the Pill, you can take it on a daily basis with a low dose.
You can take metformin with the same Dr. if you have a Dr. that is 100 female. They can always prescribe it to you, and they can always tell you what it’s going to do to your ovaries. The most important thing is to understand that metformin is not a medication, and you should be sure to always check with your doctor if you feel you are taking it on a daily basis.
The one concern I have is the fact that metformin is not a “magic pill”. It can often cause side effects (which can be life threatening) even when taken with a low dose (i.e. on a daily basis). I have read that some women who take metformin on a daily basis can get severe weight gain, which can make menstruation difficult to maintain. (See sidebar “The Side Effects of Metformin.
Fertility is a very complicated matter. If you’re interested in trying a fertility drug, you may or may not get pregnant, depending on your medical history, how many other women are trying to have a baby at the same time, how fast you get pregnant, and what other fertility drugs you are on. It’s also important to understand that some drugs may cause birth defects.
I like Metformin because it can control blood sugar, but it is not usually as effective as other fertility drugs. Its also a good idea to ask your doctor about the possibility of having children.
If you are on Metformin to help control blood sugar and you are trying to get pregnant, then you may be getting pregnant. If you are on Metformin to help you get pregnant, then your doctor may say no. The reason is that the Metformin can cause birth defects, and it can make it harder for some women to get pregnant.