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Delayed periods and two negative Hpts

I'm a PCOS patient. I have had taken birthpills for almost 2 years. I have stopped them since September 2018. My first fertility treatment got failed, as I took two home pregnancy tests both were negative. Plus, my last period date was 8th of December 2018 and suppose to come on the 5th or 6th of Jan. Recently, I visited my Gyno and she prescribed Gynorit 2 tablets to be taken at the same day. Moreover, she prescribed Brotin 2.5 mg.. The issue is that still I did not get my periods.. what can be the reason and how can I get pregnant?...
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replied July 30th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i understand your concern.Periods irregularity is a challenge to face in PCOS. OCPs and met formin and thorough work up for underlying cause. Losing weight is mandatory.

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