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Bleeding started after Cerophen, doubled dose after 2nd day. Urine test negative. What to do ?

hi too, i took one tab cerophen from 2nd day of my cycle (50mg) on dec 2012. i started bleeding on 22nd jan 2013.than, i took again double dose 100mg from 2nd day of my periods. but now i had to start on 22nd feb but i didnot start , i got my urine tested , it is negative i m so confused what should i do .... if i m pregrant so how come i know if i m not pregnant so what should i do for starting periods my age is 27th years old
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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I would like to know, whether the cycles were monitored by follicular study that is by serial ultrasound scan for seeing the growth of the follicles.
If ovulation was confirmed, then the possibility of pregnancy is high, you should repeat urine pregnancy test or directly get blood levels of b HCG.
If the ovulation was not confirmed, then there is a possibility that you might not respond to this medication and if repeat pregnancy test negative, you should consult doctor for giving you medication for withdrawal bleeding.
Also, other factors for infertility including semen analysis for husband should be done.
Hope this helps.
Dr. Mrs. Sumeet Baheti
Answered: Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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