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Delayed periods, light pink discharge, tiredness, nausea. History of PCOS, miscarriage. Causes for symptoms?

Hello I have suffered from PCOS my entire life. I miscarried in June this last year and have had regular periods since. I am currently almost 2 weeks late with my period and am experiencing light pink discharge . I have been really tired lately and have been experiencing nausea on and off. I have taken 3 home pregnancy tests and they have all been negative. Can you please help me figure out what is going on??
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Hello,you can go for one pelvic scan which will rule out pregnancy.If scan is doubtful you can have two serial values of B-hcg(with an interval of 48 hrs)then you can have withdrawl bleeding with progesterone hormone if above reports are negative for pregnancy.meanwhile,you can check your thyroid and prolactin serum levels.
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