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What should I do if my periods haven't come from 2 months ?

Delayed for two but i took prenancy test and blood test and they both negative.. :) Good Day Doc.. Im sansan.. I m delayed for two months but when I took prenancy test and blood test it came out was negative but until now my period was not came.. its n possible that Im prenant? what should I do?
Asked On : Sun, 22 May 2011
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Hi sansan;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
If you have not had periods for 2 months and even the blood test for Beta HcG is normal saying that you are not pregnant then surely you are not pregnant.The irregularity in periods can be due to other causes like:- hormonal imbalance ;ovarian cyst and even anaemia so it will be better to consult a doctor than worry about it.Please consult and get examined by a Gynaecologist and he/she will treat you accordingly.
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