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Missed menstrual cycle. Could i be pregnant?

My name is carlene, I had my blood taken two weeks ago and was told I was anemic, the dr requested inhave my blood taken again. Inwent the following monday, I heard backnfrom her today I and she said I havena white blood cell count. She then asked if inhad beenntaken supplements , I said no. I have been thinking about it andni know white blood cellsmattack infections, and forein objects in your system. It seems strange my bloodmchanged in such a short time, im also rh negative , which got me thinking......couldni be pregnant I did miss my menstrual cycle today.
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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Thanks for the query.

Causes of missed periods could be thyroid problem, anemia, stress, emotional disturbances and ovarian cyst. And of-course pregnancy.
Get a urine pregnancy test done. If it is negative, i suggest you to consult a Gynecologist for proper examination and narrow down the causes of missed periods.
Hope this helps,
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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