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On diane, missing periods, pregnancy test negative, beta hcg blood test done, regestrone 5 mg, polycystic ovaries

hi, I am married since may 2011.I was on diane 35 till january 2012.I stopped it in the end of jan.I had my mensas on 14th feb 2012,After that i have not got my periods till now.I did UPT at home twice which was negative , after that i was aksed to do beta hcg blood test thrice , where i got following readings- 6.96 , 10.34 & 4.35 . so my gyneac has concluded that i m not pregnant & has asked me to take regestrone 5 mg for 5 days. My scan also shows polycystic overies. so i want to know whether i m on right track . she has asked me take for 10 days after taking these pills ..
Asked On : Mon, 30 Apr 2012
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you had your period on 14th feb .By this time pf pregnant it would have been 11 wks preg that is diagnosed by clinical examination .
There is no pregnancy .you have menstrual irregularities due to some hormonal imbalance.
Now the medicines prescribed for withdrawal bleeding to occur after you stop the medicine that have been prescribed for 5 days .the bleeding to take place in week or so time .
as you are having polycystic ovary you need to take treatment for this condition as this may be responsible for amenorrhoea .
please get a complete evaluation of your hormonal status and thyroid profile also and be under treatment of doctor .
for preg to occur please get evaluation of you and your husband from an infertility clinic and be under treatment till you get result .
hope you get normal periods and get pregnancy in time to come .
Answered: Mon, 30 Apr 2012
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