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Having giddiness, vomiting sensation, stomach itching. Diagnosed with PCOS. Pregnancy test negative. Reason?

hi this is putha last 1 week i am feeling like little bit a giddiness and little bit of vomiting sensation and stomach itching and sever head ache before last one week i had tested pregency test which i bought from dollar store it shows negative actually my period at last month 11january 2013 and before month 25 th december 2012 now till now i didn t have my period actually we are planning for a baby doctor told me i am having pcos but after marriage i have regular periods i completed 2 years of marriage and this is my 3 year going to start so please tell me any tips to get pregent naturally as early and what is the problem of the above symtoms which i had right now please please.........send reply as early as possible
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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If you have been having regular 28-30 day cycles of late and if you have missed your period during this cycle, then pregnancy may be suspected. For natural conception to occur in PCOD, ovulation status must be established as it is the failed ovulation that causes the condition. Natural ovulation can still occur and pregnancy can happen in untreated PCOD. For your current symptoms, please go for a blood pregnancy test along with a trans-vaginal sonogram to exclude/confirm pregnancy. Please get a complete couple evaluation from an infertility specialist as you are anxious to conceive. Hope your query is answered. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 8 Sep 2013
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