What Causes Irregular Menstrual Bleeding When Diagnosed With PCOS?
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Please provide investigation reports, images and focused hystory
I hope I have spelt your name correctly; if not you may correct me.
You seem to have some confusion about the diagnosis and the investigations.
When it is a miscarriage, the hCG levels should drop and not rise. What was the period of gestation when the hCG levels rose? Was there any other evidence to prove that you were pregnant and then aborted? On what basis, you were diagnosed as pregnant and what made the diagnosis of abortion?
Your menstrual pattern suggests that you could be a case of Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Do you have your abdominal ultrasonography images and reports? If so please upload them for my review. What is your height, weight and BMI?
To find out whether the miscarriage was due to chromosomal abnormalities in the child, you should have submitted the products of conception for chromosomal study. Now before you attempt for any pregnancy, you may get your and your husbands chromosomal testing done.
Once a miscarriage increases the possibility of a repeat miscarriage; though it is not a rule. However, during your next pregnancy, you should be under close monitoring by an Obstetrician.
I agree with you; you should not be neglected only because you are just 23 years of age.
Please provide me with your detailed menstrual history, marital history and all the investigation reports including the above mentioned ones. Please get your blood examined for FSH, LH, Oestrogen, Progesterone and Prolactin. After seeing the reports, I might suggest you some more investigations.
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Dr. Nishikant Shrotri