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prescribed duphaston is it safe if i wud be pregnant?

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My lmp was 11 mar and was very normal as ever.had some bleeding on 5 apr as light as a few drps after two days had the same for two more days. Since then nobleeding. I ve taken 3 Hpt till yesterday all negetive. I ve a history of overian cyst. But i m experiencing some symtoms like larger brests n feeling of vomit type. Visited the doc,she prescribed duphaston. But i m confused is it safe if i wud be pregnant. Why negetive hpt

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replied April 27th, 2012
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It is possible that your periods might have come in early, but have remained scanty, due to abnormal hormone levels. Such episodes are very common in many women, and lead to confusion, that they might be pregnant.

In your case, since the repeated pregnancy tests are negative, it is conclusive that you are not pregnant. Hence you can safely take the medication suggested by your doctor, which will help stabilize your periods.

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