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Tiredness, dull abdominal pain. Taking cerazette, flucloxillin. Pregnancy symptoms?

I have been taking cerazette for several years now without periods so have no idea of my cycle. Earlier this month I was on a course of flucloxillin. We was very careful for the time I was on them(5 days, 4 times a day) but foolishly not careful the following week. I am experiencing pregnancy syptoms (tiredness and dull aching). Could I be pregnant and how soon would a test show up?
Asked On : Thu, 25 Oct 2012
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Hi thanks for your question.
since you have no idea of your cycle and your feeling symptoms of pregnancy (tiredness and dull aching).
It is better for you to go for pregnancy test right now.
The pregnancy test comes positive with in 10 days of the missed period,since you don't have any idea about your periods,you can do it right now
.Hope i answered your question.
Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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