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Have PCOS, irregular periods. Taking Metformin. Have cervical pain, bleeding after sex. Help

Hi, I also have pcos and have irregular periods. I am on Metformin to try and help with this. I have been trying to concieve for 12months and no joy as of yet. My last period was 17.11.12 and since then I have been getting severe internal/ cervical pain. I recently got the all clear from my smear test as I previously had to have llets treatment for abnormal cells. After intercourse, a week ago, me and my partner both felt a pop like feeling and once he had exit from me a small puddle of blood feel out. (no pain) just confussion. I thought it may have been the start of my late period but havent bled since. A few days after, I had a horrible pain on the right side of my lower tummy area but this only lasted a little while. However, last night after intercourse, which wasnt painfull. I was on my hands and knees in severe pain which lasted about an hour and have had an uncomfortable minor pain since. Please help!!!!!!!
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Hi, Welcome to Health care magic forum.
You are a patient of P.C.O.S, used metformin,as you use the drug, you should have a periodical examination of the cure by ultra sound, and have regular periods.
Once after having regular periods, and cured of the P.C.O.S you should have a follicular study, and have a injections when the follicles are mature, for release of the ovum. If you have inter course at that time, the pregnancy results.
If the male partner don't have sex few days before the ovulation period, there will be enough spermatozoa, and can have positive result.
The vague symptoms may be due to the infection, or anemia, so consult your doctor and have the treatment.
Take more of green leafy vegetables, pulses, sprouts,and
protein rich foods for both the partners to get a positive result.
Wishing for a quick and complete recovery. Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 5 Jan 2014
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