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Pcos, no periods, stomach pain, pregnancy test negative, blood spots after urination

I have pcos so I have never had a period . Lately I have noticed i get a sharp pain in my stomach that almost knocks me over it happens a couple times a week. I took a pregnancy test to rule that out because I am also extremely tired all the time. It came back negative. I noticed this evening after urinating that I had a random large spot of blood on the tissue paper. This sounds gross but after whiping again there was nothing. This happened earlier this month as well. Is this something I should be concerned about ? I have a Dr. but he is very unhelpful when my ovaries became precancerous he told me the news and said to have a nice day.. no follow up instructions , explanation just have a nice day. They are now normal again and this incident concerns me. Any insight you have would be so helpful I don t know what to look for or what type of Dr to go to for the right information. Thanks for your time.
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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Firstly, if you have pcos, mentsrual irregularity is known to happen. You need to make sure you are bleeding from the vagina, and not in urine. Hormonal imbalance can cause bleeding irregularities. Next, there is nothing like 'precancerous ovaries'. The diagnosis has to be confirmed. With ultrasound and blood tests. If ovaries are cancerous they have to be removed. They do not become normal again. If you had cystic ovaries, the yes, they can be normal again. In my opinion, you need to do tests for hormonal imbalance again. Consult a gynaecologist.
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