i am 28 years old last year i had ectopic preganancy and then after 4 months we started medicine for my PCOS everything was fine my follicle size and then ovulation and now i am 2 weeks over my periods and have done 3 home pregnancy test one blood test, all are negative.
i have lower abdomen pain like cramps but nothing is happening. can anyone tell me what is happening
If urine pregnancy test is negative then go for a blood pregnancy test. A blood HCG estimation test would be more reliable. If the test is negative then you are not pregnant. If it is borderline, repeat after 48 hours to see if the levels are rising. Rising and doubling levels indicate pregnancy. If this too is negative then other causes of delayed or missed periods will have to be looked at such as ectopics (can give negative urine/HCG tests), hormonal imbalance due to PCOS and hypothyroidism. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
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