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When should I take home pregnancy test ?

Dear Dr. I m 27 years old,past 6 months i m trying to conceive..on 7th june2011 went for general checkup..she says everything was normal but i had irregular periods..she suggest me to take metformin 1000mg at bed time..then my cycles was last cycle was on 1st jun,2nd july...till date there is no periods...there is possibility for conceive..when i have to take urine test or blood test ....pls help me...thank u
Asked On : Mon, 8 Aug 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi Meena,
Welcome to HCM.
There is chance of conceiving you can a velocit kit and do urine pregnancy test at home to confirm your pregnancy and then consult your doctor for further managment.
Take care.
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welcome to hcm
you can take urine pregancy test which is available in any chemist shop on the first day of missed periods.
in case negative you can repeat it after 3 days. as you have been having irregular periods it is difficult to say about this delay.
but while on treatment you can always hope for the best.
so get your urine hcg test done.
wish you good luck for the result.
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Pediatrician Dr. Suryakanta Baraha's  Response
hello meena,
welcome to hcm
thanks for the query
since your last period was on 2nd july you can go for pregnancy test now
you have to rule out other hormonal factors affecting your fertility
you should do regular exercise for your weight to come down if you are overweight
go for hormone test if your pregnancy test comes negative
consult your doctor about it
take care
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