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Posted 14 February 2013 - 03:48 PM
I had a miscarriage over a year ago at 12 weeks. For my first three pregnancy's it only to a couple of months to conceive.
I had a blood test back in November which showed. FSH 13, LH 8. OEST2 134. When I saw the DR she asked if anyone in the family has PCOS (my niece does), but she didn't say I had it.
Fast forward a couple of months
I went to the DR today (same surgery different dr) they have the same results. I did a Pregnancy test on Friday and got a on two different test. When I told the Dr he sounded surprised and mentioned PCOS.
So Here is my concern, where my levels abnormal and now I am wondering if when I had the miscarriage was PCOS was the underlying cause.
Something else I am concerned with is I wasn't given a referral to the OBs. The DR gave me a blood test to get done and said he would give me a referral when we got the blood test results back.
I know it sounds silly, but with my first two pregnancy's (now both two beautiful girls) I had an U/S really early DD1 was so early we could only see a sac. With the Pregnancy I M/c I didn't have a U/S until I saw the OBs at around 8 weeks. I know it is just my mind messing with me, but I really would have liked to get a U/S before seeing the OBs.
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