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Infertility, regular periods, urinary pain before period. On duphaston tablets. Causes for pain on urination and delayed periods?

Dear Dr i am 36 year old women i have infertility 6years. my period regular 3odays .i have urinary pain before period regulary (17days) ending in next period. i take duphaston tablet 10mg twice dailyfromday 11 to day 25 of the cycle 5months.this time i have urinary pain. this months period very late today 33 day what reason? please reply me
Asked On : Mon, 19 Mar 2012
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Hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum. you are over anxious about pregnancy. any how it is 33rd day you get your urine tested for pregnancy test, immediatly you will come to know whether you are pregnant. if negative also don't get discouraged. for fertility testing if only females are tested it is not sufficient. both the partners should be tested. have sex from 10th day to 20th day. don't have on other days. don't get up immediately after sex. best of luck.
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