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Trying to conceive

By August 25, 2011 - 12:26pm
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My periods started on 8 aug it was only brown spotting and happened till 13 then from 14 to 16 heavy bleeding then from 17 to 19 it was brown light brown on 20 th and got over but now again on 25 i got mild pinkish bleeding i am tensed its happening since last 2 months but this month it is worst m undergoing pcod treatment on the other hand TTC but this is all i end up with each month i am tensed again all my hopes are gone.

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Implantation is not a likely reason for your irregular bleeding spotting. It is usually the absence of bleeding that could indicate a pregnancy.

Have you talked with your doctor about TTC while undergoing POCD treatment? I believe your doctor would recommend against TTC while undergoing your POCD, for the very reasons you are experiencing: not knowing if your symptoms are treatment related, pre-menstrual or pregnancy. I also am unsure what your treatment entails, and you would need to talk with your doctor about the possible complications if you were to become pregnant while undergoing treatment, as it could lead to pregnancy complications (certain medications are not recommended if you have a chance of pregnancy).

Please make sure you are healthy first, your treatment is complete AND successful, and you can TTC with more confidence and less doubt (TTC is already an emotional difficult experience!).

Either way: please talk with your doctor about your intentions and your likelihood of conceiving while on POCD treatment.

August 28, 2011 - 6:50am

I can understand your disappointment. Have you told your physician about the prolonged vaginal bleeding? If not, please do so right away.

August 25, 2011 - 4:32pm
(reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

Well the pinkish discharge occurred only during few hours i am fine now could it be implantation bleeding?

August 27, 2011 - 11:42pm
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