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Diagnosed with pituitary tumor. Irregular periods and back pain. Pregnant?

Hi, Ive been diagnosed with a pituitary tumor, been prescribed Bromocriptine and have been taking it to bring back my periods. My periods had successfully come back straight away for the first three months of taking meds. Now ive missed a period and in quite abit of pain in my lower back and right lower front. Is this normal or could I be pregnant? Did a hpt but was negative!?
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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The question to ask is were you engaging in unprotected sex recently and by how many days has your period been delayed?
A late period doesnt automatically mean that you're pregnant, periods can be late sometimes. As for home pregnancy tests they are always right, they are known to give wrong results every now and again. So either you can retake the home pregnancy test or go to a doctor and ask him to test your blood.

How bad is your back pain? And for how many days has it been aching? If the answer is more than 2-3 days, I recommend you see a doctor.

I hope this answered your question.
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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