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Crinone side effects

I am having polyscystic ovaries for years and I have been on medication all through. I am trying for pregnancy for the last 6 months. My doctor prescribed me clomid and crinone progesterone gel for 6 months. I used them for 1 month and this is my 2nd month. After I started using Crinone this month, the second day, i had slight pain in the uterus and ovaries like what we get during periods. The next day it became little worse. I took some tablet for the pain. Then my pain subsided but occasionally i have light pain in my uterus or ovaries. Can any one tell me if this is symptom for anything good or bad? Will pregnancy cause any of these symtomps? Or is it some kind of pain due to the polycystic ovaries? I am little worried because this would be my first time pregnancy. Any replies would be appreciated.

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318181 tn?1336443496
When you say pain, do you mean cramps? If so, cramping is pretty normal in early pregnancy, so hopefully that's what it is!

Not sure about pcos, though...

Best of luck to you!
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189192 tn?1261341628
If you are having ovary pain that could be from the clomid or just from ovulating.. After ovulating you are left with a cyst called a copus luteum.. Those can ache sometimes..

I was on crinone during both of my pgs.. the only symptoms I remember was bloating and constipation..  

best of luck to you
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