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Trying to conceive, delayed periods, HPT negative. Reasons for this ?

Hi, Im 37, trying to conceive since 2 years now. I took about a years and plenty of test to find out that I have 2-3 large fibroids . I m now 10 days late on my periods and never ever missed one before, I bought 3 pregnancy test and all them are showing negative! I have no idea how long is it going to take for to get another appointment with a doctor ( probably weeks) so I would be so very grateful just to have a few clues of what it could the reasons be . Thank you
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Thanks for your question.
Delayed period is a sign of many physiological & pathological problems.
Physiological possibilities include pregnancy, menopause, breast feeding etc.
Pathological causes could be any medicine, stress, hormonal or genital tract problems.
I think you should go for a blood pregnancy test & a fresh trans-vaginal ultrasound as some times a very early or ectopic pregnancy may be missed by conventional home pregnancy tests.
Hope I have given you the desired clues.
Best of luck.
Answered: Sat, 8 Jun 2013
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