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Feeling dizzy, lightheaded, back pain. Have delayed periods, missed few birth control pills. Negative pregnancy test. Test again?

I am now tomorrow two months late on period. On birth control but last month toke a antiobiotic and missed first two pills. Have been takeing pregnancy tests but all negative. I am feeling very dizzy and lightheaded. And also a dull lower back pain, and sick sometimes. Should i be taking another test or calling for a blood test? And if i was pregnant wouldnt show up by now?
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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I think you can go for a urine pregnancy test again with the morning urine sample,if negative go for a sonography, to know if there is any other cause for delayed periods. there are chances of pregnancy as you have missed a few pills.
Consult your doctor with the reports, i dont think antibiotics have any effect on your menstrual cycle,delayed periods might just be due to hormonal imbalance or stress related.
Don't worry, take care
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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