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Have pain in left side after periods. Had D&C done. Taking Clomid. Recommendations?

hi im 37 last april 2012 had my daughter who was a still born at 40 weeks tests came back all clear then in july 2012 fell pregnant again but miscarried about 8 weeks after miscarry had a D and C done after d and c started to have pain in my left side each month leading up to my cycle then goes away i now know this is overlation pain but this month ive had my cycle and same pain but finshed my cycle 3 days ago but still have the pain in my left side its a dull ache just want to know why i still have it after my cycle we have been trying for a baby since the last miscarrage and long to have a child after losing our daughter my doctor told me today that he will give me clomid so i can take that the 2 nd day of my cycle next month
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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Hi, Your pain suggests pelvic congestion possibly due to some tubal infection. There are tests to see if the tubes are blocked or abnormally positioned due to prior infections. You need to get a pelvic ultrasonogram and tubal patency tests. Was the cause for stillbirth detected? Certain pelvic infections can lead to stillbirths. As the still birth was followed by miscarriage, please focus on possibility of infections. TORCH titres need to be tested for. Please discuss with your Doctor regarding these aspects before taking clomid.

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Answered: Mon, 1 Jul 2013
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