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Protected sex, missed period, pregnancy test negative, taking regestrone 5 mg will cause problem

Hi I am married for 8 months.. All this while my periods were regular.. My periods sometimes used to be delayed for 10 days.. I was into medication recently for my sinus problem.. I am sexually active but in a safe way.. As I missed my period for a month I took 3 pregnancy test all were negative.. So I am taking 2 regestrone 5 mg tablet per day. Is it okay to take it? Am I alrite? I want to conceive soon.. I want to know taking restore wont cause any problem in getting pregnant..
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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I guess if you are self medicating you need to see doctor to determine cause of delayed period.A sonography can help determine cause of delayed period as well.Then only you should proceed with the treatment.

Ideal step would to investigations done and get a gynecologist involved.Regards.
Answered: Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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