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Pcos And Back Pain
Can lack of sleep cause lower back pain? 4-5 hours/night. can PCOS cause back pain? no period 4 yrs I've only started having back pain for a month
Internship memories!: I think you'll find your answers best addressed by a well-researched recent article in Time magazine about sleep disorders, nightmares, and post-traumatic stress. I recommend after reviewing the article that you ask your physician to direct you to the local sleep medicine specialist who can provide diagnostic and therapeutic options to achieve a full-night's sleep. Need further tests for back. ...Read more
I have been using birth control pills for 2 yrs,apcod for 6 months for PCOS. Now i have back pain and can't sleep. Is the medication affectng my kidney?
Does PCOS cause back problems? I have lower back pain without injury! I can't bend properly nor do normal activities without the pain. Help!?
I have Pcos and been trying for years but recently I've been having back pain and stomach could I be pregnant or am I imagine this?
Am having heavy periods and am passing clots. Severe back pain.Diagnosed with PCOS. Will there be any other problem?
YES.: The most immediate problem associated with heavy vaginal bleeding is iron-deficiency anemia. If not done already, a blood count, iron levels and thyroid hormone should be checked. Women with PCOS have a higher than average risk of Type II diabetes, infertility and certain metabolic problems. For more information, check out >mayoclinic.org/diseasesandconditions ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm having lower back pain, bleeding with clots that are rubbery and I have pcos why? Am actively trying to get pregnant I do have pcos. Haven't took pills to get pregnant but me and my husband are trying. My lower back pain hurts to bend over and I am no
When : When a patient is actively trying to get pregnant, heavy bleeding with clots can represent several issues. Complicating the situation here is the pcos. Pcos as you know causes fluctuation of hormones and can cause irregular ovulation and bleeding. Bleeding and clotting can represent dysfunctional uterine bleeding or sometimes can represent a miscarriage. Taking a pregnancy test can be helpful. If a patient has heavy bleeding or feels light-headed, then seeing their doctor is certainly a reasonable next step. ...Read more
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