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PCOS, back pain, pelvic pain, bleeding. Taking metformin, clomid, duphaston. Should I visit my gynecologist?

hi am having pco and at the moment am taking metformin 3 times a day. on my lasy cycle my gynae prescribed me with clomid (this is my 5th times on clomid) then after my ovulation my gynae prescribed me with duphaston for 15 days and today is my 11th day. currently am taking metformin 3 times a day, duphaston 3 times a day, folic acid 1 time a day and multivitamin 1 time a day. and my gynae advise me to do a pregnancy test by May 26th. but yesterday am having back and pelvic pain and mild bleeding. normally its just a mild pelvic pain. am still bleeding but its very mild but i cant sit too long at work because it ll hurt my back & pelvic. is it normal or should i see my gynae immediately?
Asked On : Thu, 24 May 2012
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Thanks for writing to us.
Having a mild bleeding while taking treat,ment for infertility is likely ot be due to your normal period. Missing a few doses of duphaston might also cause such a change.
You can consult your gynecologist who will recommend serum Beta hcg to confirm or rule out pregnancy.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.


Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 24 May 2012
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