I had some blood taken last Thurs and one of the tests has come back abnormal. The receptionist said the doctor had said it's nothing to worry about but they want to see me.
Anyway, my history is that when i was 19 i was told i had mild PCOS. I didn't have a period for about a year but at the same time i was diagnosed with an underactive thyroid. I never needed any treatment for the PCOS, and for the last say 9 years i've had noral periods even though they aree long at 37 days but that's normal for me.
SO, i'm cd36 today and 12dpo. I have had some very light spotting since Friday. This isn't normal for me.
What shall i mention to the doctor and is there anything in particular that i should be asking for?
Thanks for reading. x x x
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