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Gave duphaston. Brown spotting. Why am I still uneasy with regard to pregnancy?

Hi, I am 26 years old. My regular cycle varies from 29 to 33 days. However, this month I don t have yet my period. My first day of last period was April 23. I had 5 home pregnancy test that says negative and a transvaginal ultrasound on my 36th day saying negative as well. My doctor gave me duphaston for 5 days but I still feel uneasy because this is the first time that I didn t have this long. Is there any possibility that I could be pregnant even if the tests taken says otherwise? I m really confused. Also I had slight brown spotting for 5 days now everytime I would go to urinate. Please help.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for writing to us with your health concern.
With 5 negative pregnancy tests and usually regular cycles, you can safely rule out pregnancy.
Duphaston can be safe even if you ARE pregnant.
Please take a blood B HCG test as that would be confirmatory.
Take care.
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