period is 24 days late negative HPT Test as of last week.
I have PCOS and was diagnosed last June, due to my period being too frequent. it has since been regulated by taking BC for 3 months. i was taken off of BC in Sept and has been regular ever since. I am currently taking Metformin and have been since December prescribed by my physician. January was my last AF and I am currently 54 days since. in early February i had very light spotting for 2 days and then nothing since. within the last 3 weeks i've had an uneasy feeling in my stomach. have not vomited, just an uneasy feeling off and on throughout the day. I've had heartburn my breasts are a little tender, but nothing extreme. I've had a dull headache off and on as well as certain smells give me the uneasy feeling. My CM has also increased significantly, but is dwindling back down now.
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Your symptoms (lighter periods, abnormal feeling in abdomen, nausea, heartburn, tenderness in breasts, headache, increased vaginal discharge) could be suggestive of pregnancy. Your periods being regular suggest probability of periodic ovulation along with reversal of PCOD changes with regular intake of insulin modifiers like Metformin. The chances of pregnancy cannot be ruled out if you are not on any form of birth control and have been sexually active. Consider visiting your gynecologist for examination and tests to confirm/rule out pregnancy. Urine pregnancy tests can show false negative results compared to blood HCG levels that are accurate and confirmatory.
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