Thanks for your query.
PCOS is characterized by sonographically evident polycystic ovaries
, irregular menstrual cycles and other features such as hirsutism
, glucose intolerance etc.
It is not compulsory to have irregular cycles to be diagnosed as PCOS.
Any 2 out of the 3 cluster of symptoms and signs i mentioned are enough to diagnose PCOS.
Also, a potential complication in pregnancy
is if you are Rh negative
and your partner is Rh positive.
The groups you have would not result in a miscarriage
Common causes of abortions are genetic causes, autoimmune conditions, abnormalities in uterine shape and size, hormonal imbalance and intrauterine infections.
Please have yourself evaluated by a high risk pregnancy specialist , and a Genetic counsellor, before planning your next pregnancy.