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Pregnancy test after miscarriage ?

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i had my miscarriage on the 28th of Feb this year, still have not got my period. HPT negative, no idea what''s going on. My doctor says to just wait for my period, This week my BB''s have been extremely sensitive and i''ve been feeling a little sick. I thought HPT would definitly be positive but it wasn''t so now i''m going crazy wondering if i tested too soon!I just want feel normal again, wish with all my heart that i''m pregnant but if i''m not i wish my period would just come! how do you know when to test after miscarriage? no LMP date or ovulation date, help?!


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replied May 8th, 2010
Menstruation Answer A11834
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

You can wait for a week. Else you can take a blood pregnancy test which is more confirmatory. If still the test is negative and you do not get periods then other causes will have to be looked into.

Hypothyroidism, contraceptive pills and polycystic disease of the ovary can cause delayed or missed periods. Pituitary tumors secreting prolactin can also cause such problems. Anemia and poor diet are other reasons for delayed or missed periods. Unexplained or sudden weight gain or weight loss are the other factors to be looked into.

Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once. Hope this helps. Take care!



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