i have PCOS N WE TTC THIS MONTH FIRST TIME I CAME ON MY PERIOD DUE 2 TWO DAYS OF BC I DO EVERY MONTH THEN I CAME ON MY PERIOD JAN.8 2013 HAD SEX 18 20 OVULATIOON WAS DUE THE 22 IM CURRENTLY ON CD22 7DPO CRAMPS OFF N ON DAILY ALSO DRINK GREEN TEA 2 A DAY PRENTALS FRIUT ETC DIERRHEA N BACKACHES ALSO CAN I B PREGNANT
Without an evaluation it may not be possible for you to confirm whether you are pregnant or not. The chances of conceiving are high if you have sex 2- 3 days before ovulation. In PCOD there is irregular ovulation. Clomid is first line drug used to induce ovulation. It has helped many women conceive if taken appropriately. Green tea has many antioxidants which can boost male and female fertility. Diarrhea can be due to any stomach flu, viruses, food allergy etc.Seeing a doctor for knowing whether you are pregnant or not will be helpful. A clinical examination and work up is needed. Do keep me posted.
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