Hai all

age 26y
Blood group A+
Hemoglobin is 11.3%
Status: Married (2009)
----------- Left side Abdominal pain
First I am discussing problem.

She took one tablet in 2009. for not getting pregnant . .
After ten days she getting fever, wamtings,body pains, left abdominal pain.etc
Doctor told she got a some urine infection so doctor gave some antibiotics.
At that time she suffering with 40 days fever ,pains etc.
At That time she recovers but left side abdominal pain is not cure.
Some times it comes .so she use same antibiotics.
But from 4 months pain is more.so as useual she took same antibiotics.
So she is not cure
So she consult a doctor
Present her symptoms are
1)hair loss (forehead full empty)
2)abdominal pain and pelvic pain
3)un wanted hair on chin and chest
4)fever and cough
5)since last 2 months back she got bleeding from nose
6)when white discharge some smell and some times bleeding mixed with white discharge.
7)Periods are comes in between 20 days
After pelvic scan the result is PCOS is Less

so what it mean
doctor told to me less chances to get a pregnent
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replied September 15th, 2011

Welcome to ehealthforum

PCOS is development of follicles and cysts in the ovary and they cause hormonal imbalance and issues in conceiving.The common complaints are irregular bleeding,pelvic pain,excess hairs or hair loss etc.
She requires a long term treatment depending on the number of follicles and other symptoms.Consider visiting a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

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