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Delayed period
Hi, I am 45 days late and have done a couple of HPT and one blood pregnancy test within 30 days of missed period. All came out negative. Doctor prescribed a course of primolut-n for 5 days 3 times a day and said I ll get my periods in the next 5 days after completing the course. Its been 9 days so far and still no periods. Lately I have been feeling very tired, have body ache every now and then, my breasts have become extremely tender and I have put on weight which I am unable to shed, mood swings are an add on. I have had cramps a few times before taking the pill but no periods or spotting till now. I have uti as well since I have to pee every other hour. I am supposed to visit the doctor after getting day 2 tests once my period starts. What could be the problem here? I had also completed a course of duoluton in January this year to treat my pcod and was good when I stopped. Doctors please suggest the right course of action. Could I be pregnant in spite of negative pregnancy tests?
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As per your reports and the time period you're not pregnant at present. The missed period is likely to be due to the hormonal imbalance of the PCOS. The UTI(urinary tract infection) that you have requires to be corrected by antibiotics, alkalyzing agent and increased water intake. For your PCOS these following steps may help: - Avoid fatty, oily, fried and junk food - Exercise regularly (30-45 mins/day) - Destress yourself with practices such as yoga/meditation/tai-chi - Maintain a healthy body and diet (Mintain a healthy weight as per your BMI) - Have vegetable juices - Include corn, beets, lettuce, drumsticks, and pumpkin seeds in your daily diet - Avoid smoking and alcohol if you have the habit If the problem persists or worsens kindly visit the gynecologist at the earliest.
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Your not pregnant as even ur blood test is negative . you should get your tsh n prolactin done to rule out any thyroid disorder that can  also lead to excessive weight gain n tiredness . you can wait for a total of 10 days from the day of stopping primolun n if you don't get your periods thn consult a gynaecologist so that estrogen plus progesterone withdrawal can be given . also for your pcos you need to exercise n modify your diet as it is a vicious cycle excessive weight gain will lead to hormonal imbalance n worsen your pcos .
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