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Regular periods, meprate, pregnancy test negative

Hi doctor,Plz help me out.i get my periods very regulary for every 25 last lmp was march1st. i had a negative pregnency test.but still worried since iam not planning for a gynacologist prescribed me meprate for 5 days.the course ended on last saturday but still no signs of period. my doubt is is urine test for pregnency is reliable or not ?
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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pregnancy test with urine is quite reliable.
you have already consulted gynecologist and got a check up,By this time your pregnancy would have been diagnosed by internal examination only.
the medicine have been prescribed only after excluding pregnancy ,
if no bleeding occurs in another 2/3 days time please discuss with your doctor,
An U S G examination and thyroid function test and F S H,L H ,Prolactin estimation will be helpful .
After your periods be normal you you discuss about your conception with your doctor,
treatment for infertility is a continued process and evaluation of both husband and wife needed.
hope you be well and get result .
Answered: Fri, 11 May 2012
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