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Blood clot with skin attached to tampon, negative pregnancy test, have PCOS. What is it?

I have had many problems with my cycle over the past few years. I have developed PCOS and have always had horrible periods with terrible pain and heavy bleeding. I m only twenty but I am sexually active. I am on birth control . Yesterday I went to take a tampon out and found a very large blood clot attached to a large piece of what looked like skin (it s happened twice since yesterday). I took a pregnancy test to see if it could have been a miscarriage but the test was negative. I m concerned there may be something else wrong because nothing like this has ever happened before. Could it be some other condition my doctor has not tested me for?
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, irregular menses is common symptoms with the woman having PCOS but this doe not required any medicine instead you have to care of your weight and diet, the consistency of menses blood that you have noticed this could be retained blood and this is also nothing to worry, regular exercise helps a lot in this (Aerobic) hope this information helps you have nice day.
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