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Hi, my name is britany I am 23 and I have a three year old son. My husband and I have been trying to have a baby for almost a year now and I was recently diagnosed with PCOS. My doctor put me onto Chlomid to try and help me conceive our child. I have finished my first dose of the medicine and have been off of it for a week in a half. My husband and I were told to try on days 10, 12, 14, and 16. I am now wandering what the early pregnancy signs are for a woman with PCOS?

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replied February 24th, 2011
Ovulation and Ovaries Answer A19991
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Clomid is an ovulation inducing drug that helps more than 1 egg to mature to increase chances of pregnancy. It is used in treatment for women who have PCOS and want to conceive. The symptoms of pregnancy remain same in women with or without PCOS.
Look out for development of symptoms suggestive of early pregnancy like increasing fatigue, constipation or change in bowel habits, increased sleep, hunger and tiredness, mood changes, headaches, back pain, lower abdominal cramps, increased frequency of urine, breast soreness, nipple sensitivity, blue veins on breasts, pelvic discomfort and heaviness, food cravings or change in food preferences, dizziness, increase in vaginal discharge without any foul smell or any other associated symptoms like itching, burning rashes etc.
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