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Cause for dark brown discharge with blood clots and its remedy? Thick lining in womb, PCOS

been having dark brown discharge with some blood clots and blood some times no periods yet stopped taking birth control pills 2months ago was put on it cause i had no periods for a year and had a thick lining in my womb plus have PCOS what may be the curse and what can i do to stop it plus am trying to get pregnant asap
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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In order to get pregnant with PCOD, you need to establish normal regular ovulation. This is possible if you are able to know what type of hormones are at fault and if you need any ovarian cyst puncture. A complete hormone profile after a proper clinical assessment and a trans-vaginal sonogram mark the initial step in the management. Hormone supplements to regularize the cycles along with weight management and regular exercise have been shown to give good results. Induction of ovulation is then tried in step-wise manner with regular monitoring. Hope this helps.
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