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Trying for conception. Taking clomid. Abdominal pain and white discharge. Pregnant?

hi doctor am 25 yrs old married since 1 1/2 yrs v r trying for baby for 1 yr ,i went 2 hospital am dignosed wth pcod i got my last period on march 28th then for egg growth doctor gve m clomid 100 &5o mg den from apr 9 - 12 doctor told m to b n intercorse den on 15th i undergone follicular scan n confirm egg was released but aft dat am having slight abdominal mild pain & alz white discharge so plz tel e reason y it happens plz guide m doctor. doctor told to take upt test on april 27
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

In women with PCOD, they do not ovulate regularly. My guess is that you wen to the hospital related to abnormal bleedin or pain. We often treat women with clomid to help them to ovulate. When you ovulate, it is not uncommon to experience pelvic cramping and a change in cervical / vaginal discharge. This sounds like what you experienced - you were just completing ovulation. Make sure you follow their direction and check the pregnancy test on 4/27 and again one week later.

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Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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