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PCOS, had positive PT test, turned negative after weeks, had menses, not undergone raspa

hello! im rhoda from philippines, i had a PT test after a month i had contact with my bf, it became positive, then after 6sdays i test again still positive, but after 5weeks i do the test again it became negative,and had OB says i had miscarriage i didnt undergo raspa, thats was feb. then march i didnt have mens after that incedent, april i had my mens. my OB says its not necessary for me to have long as im still having mens.. by the way i have PCOS . thank u and hope u answer me
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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Thanks for the query..
I think you had a spontaneous abortion..
You can get an ultra sound scan done to know whether the abortion is complete or not..
If it is complete you don't have to undergo D&C.. but if there are retained products of conception and if you are still bleeding you can take some medications to make it complete.. D&C can be taken as last resort..
When once this abortion is over you can take treatment for PCOS..
Hope this information is helpful.. Take care..
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