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Cervix high. Can i be pregnant? How to get confirmed?

hi due to a misunderstanding with my doctor i started taking progynova 2mg 3 days before my periods were suppose to start. then suddenly i realized my mistake and stopped taking them after 2nd dose. but now my periods have not come on their expected date. i personally feel i m pregnant as my cervix is pretty high right now but cant be sure. can anybody help me with my problem. last period 15th feb expected period 13th march
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Hello Bhoomika,
I do not get the details of your problem
For what were you prescribed Progynova ?
Please provide complete details to give an opinion.
Regarding your query of pregnancy, there is a very simple solution which even you realize.
A pretty high cervix has NO corelation with pregnancy or the absence of it.
As you have skipped your period by 4 - 5 days now,please take a simple home urine pregnancy test tomorrow morning and find out if you are pregnant or not.
Take care.
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