PCOS BC OVULATION SIGNS OF PREGNANCY

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elisa0608 - April 28

I am 29 yrs. old. I have pcos. I have had one miscarriage approx. 5 years ago. I have been on clomid, provera, glucophage, etc. Recently, My OB put me on YAZ (bc) to stop menstrual bleeding. I started the pill... a couple days later I felt that I was ovulating. I took an ovulation test and indeed I was. My husband and I did have "relations" several times around and before I took the test. Then..about one week later I noticed a change in my br___t..."sensitive and water logged feeling"... I also had spotting.. brown and pink in color. I have been extremely tired lately as well. I had a DR appt scheduled for the 25th I was suppose to have a hystosonogram done. He would not preform the test because I had ovulated this month. I told him I was having CRAMPS.. he gave me an exam and checked for cysts on my ovaries. He said he didn't feel and but he did notice my uterus was enlarged and a purple color. He said this was possible signs of early pregnancy. The Dr. gave me a urine pg test... came back neg. he said it would be too soon to show up. but he didn't give me a BLOOD TEST and told me to continue taking b/c. He said the blood test wouldn't be back in time before I was calling his office to reschedule the hystosonogram or to tell him I missed my period. I have 6 more days before I'm suppose to start my period. I am going nuts...... Am I pregnant? Does BC do this.. I thought it was suppose to help cramps, etc. I'm just lost and any input would be greatly appreciated!!! Be Blessed-

 

krissy2006 - April 28

With PCOS opks have a less accurate result. In fact if you go to the store and read the directions, warnings etc on the boxes of OPKs it will suggest you not use them if you have PCO or PCOS due to false positives. Your doctor should have immediately given you a sonogram/ultrasound and or a blood test to check your progesterone levels to see if you had indeed ovulated and followed suit with either continuing birth control or an hcg blood test. hcg can be present in blood as soon as 6-10 days after ovulation when the embryo implants and is much more accurate than a urine test. I honestly don't know what to tell you. It is possible but not probable given all the factors that you are pregnant. GL though! and I'm sorry about the miscarriage 5 years ago. I had one a little more than9 months ago and they are in NO WAY easy. GL!

 

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