Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/07/02


Hi doc I would like to know, what are the chances of women who have pcos to fall pregnant? in May my gynae discoverd 4cyst on my right ovaries. I was told to take the pill, three days after I took it, I then stopped, due to all the scary things people commented on the use of contraceptions And breast cancer that is very common in my family. I was intimate at the time. I then started again but that was not until I had my next cycle. The first two days it was heavy, as I was not on the pill. But when I took the cycle pill, my cycle went away.which I found weird as the pill suppose to regulate my cycle.for the past 3 and a half weeks, I' ve been experiencing severe breast pains on both sides, more painful on the left. nausea' s, sometimes vomiting. And three days ago I started getting discharge. And yesterday I started experiencing stomach cramps, and burning after I urinate. I don' t think I' m preggies as I don' t feel like I am. And my doctor has said that it' s due to me switching on and off of the pill. Is it normal for breast pains to last so long and nausea' s? I also find that I' m a bit food sensitive, can' t eventhink of sweet things and I find myself in the bathroom. Or certain food. I' m not planning on falling pg anytime soon maybe in 4yrs time yes. And my partner and I have not been intimate for 3 or 4 weeks. Now...i' m not sure if I should make an earlier appointment with my doc. I' m still taking the pill... Thanks

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ONe of the problems with PCOS is not ovulating. However, this does not apply to everyone who has it.
Your symptoms do not suggest pregnancy and you have not missed a period. The most likely reason is the stopping and strating of the Pill.

Best wishes

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