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Follicle of previous cycle on ovary. On modus. Had miscarriages. Help?

I am 29 yrs old marriage woman I have lost my pregnancy 2 times in 2.5 month.Now I am in treatment My last period was in 21st Jan,2013 after that on day 4 doctor told me that in my left ovary there is a old folicule of previous cycle. and then Doc prescribe me Modus 10 on day 17 for 10 days . 22 Feb my period have come but there is clod like bledding.
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Sometimes after ovulation the ruptured follicle will persist and form a cyst.
Usually these will subside without the need of medication.
But some may need a hormonal therapy. May be because of that your doctor given you progesterone pills.
As now your regular menstrual cycle is got influenced by addition of progesterone, the bleeding you got is withdrawal bleeding.
It can be some what different from regular menstrual flow. So, no need to worry.
Take care.

Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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