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Taking Fertomids, no periods. Abdominal cramps, breast and nipple pain, nausea. Can you advise?

Hi, I am on my 35th Day of my cycle. I have been on Fertomid from this cycle from day 6 to day 9. I have not got my periods yet (usually i get 28 - 30 day cycle). I get mild cramps on my lower abdomen which lasts for 2mins, then subsides. My right breast aches and my nipple pain.from yesterday, I feel i have a vomiting sensation at times. can you please advise me on this? and also let me know when can i take a pregnancy test.
Asked On : Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

Though your symptoms suggesting of early pregnancy just because of symptoms we cannot confirm the pregnancy.
As these symptoms can also be seen in premenstrual syndrome.
So as you already crossed your expected date of periods you can go for pregnancy test now.
If blood test for pregnancy is available in your center you can prefer that which will give accurate result.
If not you can go for urine test.
Take care.

Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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