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PCOS, have missed periods, sore breasts, abdominal pain, spotting, negative pregnancy test. Had taken duphaston. Pregnant?

hi...i am a pco patient and i take duphaston every month to have my periods...this month also i took duphaston 2 tablets each day for 7 days...its almost 20 days after i completed duphaston...still i didint get my periods between had few drops od dark brown coloured discharge one day....tested fro pregnaancy with strip last week..but turned out to be negative....will i be pregnant?i got sore breasts and slight pain in my stomach on left side.....
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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It is common in PCO to have intermittent spotting.Breakthrough bleeding is a common phenomenon with duphaston. The chances of getting pregnant only with duphaston are remote in PCO, as ovulation failure is the reason of infertility here. Your symptoms suggest progesterone induced water logging. I suggest you to undergo proper evaluation and treatment with a gynaecologist as PCO has a very good chance of getting treated.Good luck.
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