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Missed periods, pregnancy test negative. Is she pregnant?

DOCTOR CAN U GIVE ME WAY TO GET OUT OF THIS, MY WIFE HAD A MISSED PERIOD FOR 1 WK THEN I WENT FOR URINE PREGNANCY TEST WHICH CAME NEGATIVE STILL PERIOD WAS NOT COMING . WE GONE FOR MTP KIT IN VIEW OF FALSE NEGATIVE RESULTS OF TEST AND AFTER WHICH SHE HAD NO BLEEDING AT ALL EXCEPT FOR CRAMPS FOR ONE DAYS. THEN WE GOT ULTRASONOGRAPGY DONE WHICH DIDNT REVEALED ANY GESTATIONAL SAC IN UTERUS OR OUTSIDE. NOW SHE HAD ALMOST ONE MONTH PAST SHE DONT HAVE BLEEDING WHT TO DO NOW.?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Hello,
Since your wife was kind of experimented with all kinds of things, she should be evaluated properly by a qualified gynecologist immediately to know the reason for the absence of periods. If she was getting regular cycles previously, the chances of a missed pregnancy are likely and since she also took the MTP kit, the pregnancy, if at all has continued, ought to be terminated. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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