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Posted by: MV | 2011/02/22

PCOS and pregnancy

I was diagnosed with PCOS 5 years ago (at age 23) and started to use Yasmin. Five months ago I stopped using Yasmin. My husband and I are trying to conceive. My periods have so far been fairly regular (between 29 and 33 days) and not as heavy or painful as before I started using the Pill. I want to know whether women with PCOS are more likely to have false negative pregnancy tests and experience bleeding (which look like periods) early in the pregnancy. Thanks.

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No, women with PCOS are not more likely to have false negative tests or to have 'false' periods.

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2011/02/24

No, women with PCOS are not more likely to have false negative tests or to have 'false' periods.

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