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I ovulated on the 17th day of my cycle which was 23rd Dec. Doc asked me to take Duphaston 10 mg twice daily for 10 days till 2nd Jan. When can I do my Pregnancy test and when should I expect to get my period if I am not pregnant.
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You should continue as long as your expected date of period. If you're not pregnant then you will get the period within 10 days of the last pill
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Do a pregnancy test with morning sample fasting urine
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If Positive continue Duphaston
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On 10 days after your due date go for pregnancy  test I'd final result.
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Do test now
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Check for pregnancy test once you miss your periods dear. And if you are not pregnant you will get periods within a week of stopping duphaston.
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You can do on 4th if you don't start bleeding
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If you are not pregnant, you will get your menses within a week of stopping duphaston. But if you conceive in this cycle and you want to do a urine pregnancy test, you can do it after 8th of January. Maybe wait for 1 week after 8th and do the urine pregnancy test.
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