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Have PCOs. Delayed periods, stopped pills, back, abdominal pain, sore breast, fatigue. Taking Duphaston, Metformin. Pregnant?

hello, im 30 yrs old i was on pills for 2yrs got off my pills, i have pcos , taking duphaston and metformin . i stop my pill on may. i got my period on may 22 2012.. i spotted on june 6.. until now i dont have my period iam 10days late now.. i took home pregnancy test i was negative could i be pregnant.. im having a back pain and abdominal pain sometimes sore breast.. i feel fatigue at all times.. pls help
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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You should wait for some more time before concluding on anything.

Please wait until 12 to 14th of July and then do a home pregnancy test.

I am sorry, I cannot comment on the chances of you being pregnant. However, I wish for the same.

The symptoms of back pain, abdominal pain and sore breasts do happen in progesterone excess phase or in postovulatory phase. It may be due to pregnancy too.

I hope I have been of some help to you.

My best wishes to you.

Answered: Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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