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Dear Dr,

I have missed my periods and it is been 2 weeks not card test says negative and dr had give primlout,Dixonate and Folic acid.I panic im preg or not we have been under treatment for past 3 years

Request for advice I am conceived or not.

Thanks


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replied January 21st, 2015
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Welcome to e health forum.

It is not possible to give a proper medical opinion without additional medical and prior menstrual history.

Treatment with Primilut is given for various menstrual disorders including endometriosis, irregular periods and also to postpone periods in certain cases.

Doxinate is a medication to control Nausea.

Considering that you were on treatment for 3 years, It could be possible that you were being treated for endometriosis.

Now, if the treatment was successful, you would be having regular cycles and would be ovulating and possibly that your chances of conception would be good.

But, in case your periods were still irregular, it would be possible that you may be till be having anovulatory cycles and your treatment needs to be continued to help you conceive.

In case, your Urine pregnancy test is negative, it is likely that you have not conceived. You can wait for a few more days and repeat it. If the result is the same, it would be best to follow up with your treating doctor for proper medical advice and counseling.

I hope this helps.
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