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Have missed periods, taken pills. Did pregnancy, blood test, not got with hormonal pills also. What to do?

good day doc
im 25 year old girl....around one month back i took emergency contraceptive pills .....since then i m i m not having my has been 2.5 months since my last date......i did preganancy test blood and urine both ,...but i m not pregnant .....also i had my ultrasound done which shows size of my ovaries has increased ....when i consulted doctor she gave me some hormones pill and said to take it 3 days and on 4rth day u will get ur periods ...but that havent worked i m worried alot .....can u plz help me advise wat should i do ..
thanking you
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Thanks for posting your query.
If your blood test is negative it means you are not pregnant.
Missed period can be due to stress, anxiety & polycystic ovarian syndrome.
As per your USG you are having increased ovarian volume you can have PCOS.
So consult your doctor & take low dose oral combined pills for at least three months to regularize your periods.
Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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