Our expert says:
It appears from what you have written that you have a problem with ovulating as well as hyperinsulinemia. The two together means that you have a condition called polycystic ovarian syndrome. The doctor was correct on putting you on glucophage to try and reduce the insulin level however it appears if you are feeling dizzy and your glucose fell down 1.9 than the dosage might be a little too strong for you. You can control; your insulin level by going onto a carbo hydrate reduced diet as well as exercise. The result of which will be weight reduction and there are many studies that have shown there are 50% of patients that don’t ovulate will start ovulating if they reduce their body weight. If however you are dropping your sugar levels too low with glucophage than you can also use, inofollic that works well in patients with high insulin levels. It appears that despite using fertomid, you still did not ovulate. Your doctor should start increasing the fertomid until ovulation occurs. Once you are ovulating on the fertomid and there are no other problems, you should start conceiving within the next 6 months.
posted by Dr Y.M.Dasoo
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