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Effect on the menstrual cycle after taking duphaston foe

effect of the menstrual cycle after taking duphaston foe 7 days I am 29 y/o and diagnosed as PCOS. Me and my husband were on a work up to have a baby.My last period was July 5. But when i took PT it turned out negative. My OB, prescribed to take dupahaston for 2 weeks 3x a day. Its my fourth day today (aug 29, 2011) taking the pill and until now i dont have my period.Is there still possibility that i may get pregnant? Please advise....Really appreciate it.Thanks=)
Asked On : Mon, 29 Aug 2011
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if your last period was on 5th july ,by this time preg test would have been positive
get an u s g done there may not be any pregnancy
treatment for infertility is a continuous process and both the partners should be evaluated
p c o s should be treated for pregnancy to occur consult your doctor /attend infertility clinic
hope you get the result

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