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Trying to conceive. Have PCOS, cramps, painful movements, thread like discharge. What should I do?

Hello dr. I m known case of pcos & tring to conceive , i got my period on 21 of feb & end on 27 , 3rd day of my perioed started clomid 50 mg od , I ve started having intercourse from 27 & every other day till yesterday 9th of march as my dr. Instructed me that ovulation takes 5-10 days after the last pill , any way on 5th of march till now I had pain but today was more severe abdominal cramps , pain during movement & walking , I went early morning toilet & I ve noticed thread like pinkish blood mixed with egg white like, I went to my dr. Directly she said that most probably that I ovulated as evidence post ovulation there is a sac like present in my ovary , so she is suggesting that the fluid in my uterus result from ovulation , she arranged appointment 1 week from now to check if that pregnancy , but till now whenever I m going to toilet peeing still there is pinkish fresh thread like blood, I don t know what is it ? I m having severe lower abdominal pain , so emotional I feel I wanna cry with no stoping , can anybody tell me what s going on
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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In the present scenario, it looks as though you have ovulation bleed. You can confirm/exclude pregnancy after a week through a blood test as suggested by your consultant. Your symptoms are not specific for early pregnancy, so they cannot be commented up on, they could be premenstrual as well. Please avoid any medication until further diagnosis and take rest and avoid stress of any form. Please maintain genital hygiene. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 4 Aug 2013
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