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Have side back pain, muscle stretch. Have PCOS, trying to conceive. Did ultrasound, hsg test, follicle monitoring

My age is 29 I'm trying to conceive but my periods r irregular I have pcos history but now it is OK my USG ,hsg test r OK follicular monitoring done for two cycle in first cycle 18 day ovulation without medicine. In next cycly 14 day ovulation with medicine.I am suffering for mild side back pain over a month and feeling muscele stretch kindly suggest me for the next so that I got positive result
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
As you are ovulating regularly and as all tests are noraml, once check for semen analysis of your husband to rule out the male factor.
Sometimes ovulation induction can lead to hyper-stimulation.
You have to rule out that and pelvic inflammatory disease as possible causes for your pain.
If all are normal, you plan unprotected intercourse around the time of ovulation. This time possibly you will get positive result.

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