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Week late on periods, have pros, miscarriage earlier, got red stringy blood in period now. Miscarriaged again?

I was a week late for my period i just got my period today the 13/4/13 it started this morning it was very light and orange in color like last month and i just lost a clot of red stringy blood in the toilet could i had just miscarriaged I've had 3 miscarriages before and i also have pcos and i'm trying to fall pregnant i get to 6 to 8 weeks than miscarriage is there anything i can do to help me carry a baby full term i've tried clomid and metformin and they have not help so i'm asking what is your advice
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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As you have been diagnosed with PCOD, you should get a complete prenatal assessment for a better management of your pregnancies. Hormonal imbalance is a major contributor in the outcome of pregnancy here and it needs to be assessed well before pregnancy occurs and treatment ensued as needed. At present, you should test for pregnancy through a blood test and a trans-vaginal/pelvic sonogram. If it happens to be a pregnancy, then you have a threatened abortion if it is still viable, otherwise it is inevitable. See your gynecologist for further support. Take care.
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