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Had miscarried, missing periods, swollen feet, pregnancy test negative, feels sleepy, back pain. Pregnant?

m 24 days late for my period and with swallow feet ......all 4 hpt test and 1 blood test is -ve....and also 3 months back i was pregnant bt miscarried in 5 week and dt ws in jan 28 2012 test cms +ve and miscarried in 31 again i ws on the treatment of pcr last yr and nw m ok n treatment is over bt my dr told to ve sm kind of injections in pregnancy for 3 month(most of the pcr patient get those injections) m i pregnant i feel sleepy all the time and i ve back pain with swallow feet.....plz help me
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
in case of irregular periods which can occur after miscarriage, there is chance of late ovulation so may be because of that your pregnancy test was negative,
anyhow once you undergo ultrasound to rule out the possibility of pregnancy and to assess the status of ovaries,
if needed and your doctor recommends you can take injections to induce ovulation which will help in the treatment and increase the chances of pregnancy.
take care.
Answered: Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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