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Delayed periods. Having abdominal cramps and breast heaviness. Taking progestron sappositry. Partner oligospermia. Pregnancy?

hi, m planning for baby since 1yr but do not succeded my husband had oligospermia but now his sperm count rises to good amt now this month i did follicular study n doctor gave me progestron sappositry because she dout of leuteal phase defect, my next period is close n m starting with abd cramp brreast haevyness n all that pms symptom m worried yesterday was my last dose of progestron. can i take preg test my period is 4 day due. thank u
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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Thanks for posting your query.
You can have these symptoms like abdominal cramps & breast heaviness due to two reasons-
1. Due to progesterone you are taking for luteal support,
2.You can have these symptoms due to PMS
As your expected date is near by, first wait till your date if you are missing it then go for urine pregnancy test.
Hope for the best
Dr Monika
Answered: Thu, 16 May 2013
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