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Had sex and got period on that particular month. Missing periods. On susten 300. Pregnancy test negative. Am I pregnant?

I had sex with my boy friend before 7 months. I got period on that particular month and not on the consequence months. I consulted a gynoecologist and she gave me susten 300 for 5days. I got month she told me to consult her or other doctor if i didnt get periods. This month i didnt get periods and another doctor advised me to use regestrone 5mg sandoz for 5 days (twice a day). I took urine test and also blood test which shows negative in pregnancy test . Am i pregnant?
Asked On : Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
as both urine and blood tests showed negative result and you had intercourse 7 months before it is very unlikely to have pregnancy,
there is possibility for some hormonal abnormality,
so you better undergo physical examination, ultrasound and hormonal evaluation to found out the cause and treatment can be taken according to that.
take care.
Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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