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Is this normal with PCOS??
Ok, so due to PCOS I haven't had a period since January. My doc didn't really explain the PCOS thing to me very well so maybe this is normal, but I have no Idea.. so haven't had a period since January and my period for this month ( if it was coming ) should have arrived about a week and a half ago. Yesterday I was out BBQin and I got this quick sharp pain in my lower stomach/pelvis area and it hit very quickly and buckled me over onto the ground. It lasted about 3 minutes and then went away and I had constant discomfort all night. When I went to use the washroom this morning there was light brown/pink on the tissue. Is this normal ? Any idea what could be happening?
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Hello Sawyer67,

Just read your comments. You have identified yourself as a male.
Guys dont' get periods because they don't menstruate. Therefore,
why are you posting this ?
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I certainly am not a male. I just never set up or looked at the profile when I created this account. I had no Idea It said male.
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Hi Sawyer67,

Okay. Then I suggest you look at your profile and change it from male
to female. You can do it yourself. Just press EDIT and change it.
You mentioned you haven't had a period since January because of your
PCOS. You also said you were barbecuing and you got a sharp pain in
your stomach/pelvis area which buckled you to the ground and lasted
three minutes. That must have been scary and extremely painful.
I don't have any idea of what might be happening. That light/brown pink
you describe could be blood. If this were happening to me, I would make an appointment with my family doctor as soon as possible so you can
tell your doctor your concerns and about the sharp pain in your abdomen/pelvic area which brought you to the ground. Good luck getting
some answers. Eve :)
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