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PCOS, taking clomid, delayed period, HPT negative. Pregnant?

im 30 with pcos , im taking clomid again after losing 2 stone a few months ago , i started taking day 2 off my 33 day cycle im now 8 days late with 2 negative hpt , could i still be pregnant or is it my mind playing tricks , im very moody and feel really down , i have tryed clomid before a few years ago but did not ovulate at all but i did bleed after , is it just to early or does this happen alot x thank you
Asked On : Wed, 21 Mar 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
you better go for blood test for pregnancy,
as it can detect low levels of HCG also it will give accurate result,
if test comes positive you can follow with regular check ups,
if test comes negative you go for ultrasound once,
that can detect any problem in internal pelvic organs according to that treatment can be taken.
with your doctor's advice you can take tablets for withdrawal bleeding in case of negative pregnancy test,
don't worry most of the problems causing infertility are treatable.
take care.
Answered: Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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