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Premenstrual Symptoms for a month & NO PERIOD. Help

I have irregular pms and pcos .I was taking Vitex for about 3 weeks only because i felt like i was about to get on my period. My cycle was getting better until that. For about a month now, Ive been having premenstrual symptoms and at the first week i had cramps as if i was on my period.. now i get a few cramps threw out the day. I been extremely tired and its been 2 weeks i wake up vomiting yellow bile & feeling super nausea in the morning only. Threw out the day i feel pretty good. Also whenever i breath alittle heat in the morning i puke bile. I still havent gotten my period its been a month. What can this be?
Will it ever come?

I have trouble with infertility so theres no way i think im pregnant?
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Irregular menses or a delayed cycle is a feature of PCOS. Since your periods are delayed by a month and the vomiting makes one suspicious of a pregnancy. You should take a home pregnancy test to find out. For a better confirmation blood test for beta HCG can be done. Consult your Doctor. Hope this helps.
The answer is based on information provided. Exact advice is not possible without a proper examination and investigations. You are requested to consult your Doctor. Take care and keep us posted.
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