What blood work did you have done for them to put you on Glucophage? I have a LH/FSH ratio of 2.2 and my testosterone is very high normal. So, the reproductive endocrinologist and the regular endocrinologist think it is "borderline PCOS". However, I don't have the cysts at all. The RE said he would put me on Glucophage if I did a glucose challenge test and it showed I was insulin resistant/glucose intolerant. However, I've heard that Glucophage can help even if you aren't insulin resistant/glucose intolerant. I'm wondering if I should argue with the RE or the regular endocrinologist to get some prescribed to me to see if it helps. Really, my only symptoms are the no periods and no ovulation. I'd really like to try the Glucophage, since the only other suggestions I ever see are lay off the sugar and slim down. I don't each much sugar, and I'm at the ideal weight, so those suggestions just aren't helpful for me! I just want to have a kid, but I'd rather not do the fertility treatments with hormones since hormones (the bc pill) are what made my periods go away in the first place (2 years on it, once I came off it, no more periods in about 2 1/2 years, ugh!).