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Well i havent got my period sence  January of this year chould i be pregant even though i had a blood test at my doctor and they said i wasnt and now im on these pills that make me get my period but i been taken them and i only have 4 left and havent got it yet im really worried if i chould be if i dont get it my mom said she is going to take me to the doctor again and have a ultrasound done on me and see wats wrong.
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Hi!
If you had a blood test, you almost certainly are not pregnant.  When taking Provera (I suspect that's the medication you are referring to) it can take up to two weeks after finishing the medication to get your period.  It doesn't always work right away.  If you don't get your period within 2 weeks after finishing the pills though, you should go back to the doctor.  If you were my patient, I would run some more hormone tests at that point.  I doubt that an ultrasound would be terribly helpful.
Good luck!
Dr B
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ya i had one im making sure. med roxypr is wat its called.thank you for your help my doctor has run many test on me and its all came back great.thanks again kayla
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