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Period regular, problem in getting pregnant, took clomid, hpt negative, no period. What could have happen?

Hi , i am 35 years old with 1 chd, my periods have been regullar & i have never missed, i have tried to be pregnant for the last 10 months but nothing, i went to the gyno who did all the test & said everything is ok , was told to take clomid,1st cycle i took 50Mg and 2nd cycle i took 100 Mg & M2-Tone - which i have finished now. - my cycle is 24 & i have not seen my periods today morning i did pregnancy test and i was told it's negative, so what could have happenned with my periods?
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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It is right now too early to get a positive test on the pregnancy test kit. You need to wait for your periods to be overdue by at least one week before testing for pregnancy again. You need to use a highly sensitive test kit.
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Dr. RakhiTayal
Answered: Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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