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Missed period with positive pregnancy test. Can I take cycloreg to get the period?

My periods are delayed by 2 weeks and a home pregnancy test shows positive. Can I take cycloreg to get my periods. I am a pco patient. Not on any drugs and always irregular periods . My last period was 7th jan. I don t have a 28 day cycle. I anxious as I am not prepared. Please tell me what are the chances that I can b pregnant
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Hello Thelma
Thank you for your query.
Home pregnancy tests are 97 % reliable - so it is almost sure that you are pregnant.
Also, please remember that to terminate the pregnancy, YOU HAVE TO SEE A DOCTOR !
Do not attempt to do anything at home by yourself.
There are life threatening risks like bleeding, infection, incomplete abortion etc.
You have to see a gynecologist, confirm that the pregnancy is intra uterine, have accurate dating of pregnancy, and then take appropriate medicines in correct dose.
A follow up visit to confirm that abortion was complete is also essential.
do not think of playing with your life , and consult your doctor.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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