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Virgin. Tiny pink spotting 5 days after period. Blood test results=normal; going to have pelvic ultrasound to assess for PCOS, no family history, why?

Why? That's my Q. Irregular menses are common in young women due to anovulatory cycles. You haven't mentioned anything that would make me think of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome): obesity, irregular menses, acne, hirsutism, Check http://www.womenshealth.gov/publications/our-publications/fact-sheet/polycystic-ovary-syndrome.html & http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/pcos/basics/definition/con-20028841. Read more...

I got a clear report of my pelvic ultrasound for the status of my pcos, the disease has gone. Please suggest some blood tests so I am affirmative!

Talk to your doctor. Pcos is not really something that goes away. Check with your doctor to clarify the information that you recently received. Perhaps cysts on your ovaries are no longer visible - but that doesn't mean that pcos is gone. Read more...
LH and FSH. If the patient reports resumption of monthly cycles, then she may no longer have pcos. The ratio of lh to fsh can also indicate the presence or absence of pcos. Read more...