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In January time i was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) so im used to having iregular periods.
But i havnt had a period in about 5 months, i. That time me and my partner have had 2 incidents, one i went and got the morning after pill for, the other i didnt have time. Iv taken pregnancy tests but always come back negative. Though recently iv been feeling funny, wondering wether its worth taking another test, or not.


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How long ago was your last test? I think it is worth taking another test, at least a week after the last test you took though x
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How long ago was your last test? I think it is worth taking another test, at least a week after the last test you took though x
Last test would have been september time i think, so over a month a go.


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Last test would have been september time i think, so over a month a go.


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Yeah I think its definitely worth doing another test, just to clear things up

Good luck!x
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(Original post by PandaWho)
In January time i was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) so im used to having iregular periods.
But i havnt had a period in about 5 months, i. That time me and my partner have had 2 incidents, one i went and got the morning after pill for, the other i didnt have time. Iv taken pregnancy tests but always come back negative. Though recently iv been feeling funny, wondering wether its worth taking another test, or not.
A few questions:


  • What type(s) of contraceptive do you use?
  • Who diagnosed the PCOS and what investigations were done?
  • Can you specify what 'feeling funny' entails? (pain, any bleeding - any other new symptoms?)
  • How long have you been 'feeling funny'?



To be fair, everything you describe can be caused by PCOS, but better to be sure before going down that route.
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A few questions:


  • What type(s) of contraceptive do you use?
  • Who diagnosed the PCOS and what investigations were done?
  • Can you specify what 'feeling funny' entails? (pain, any bleeding - any other new symptoms?)
  • How long have you been 'feeling funny'?



To be fair, everything you describe can be caused by PCOS, but better to be sure before going down that route.
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just use condoms as i was taken off the pill to try and find my natural cycle when diagnosed with PCOS
iv been diagnosed by 2 drs and a specialist, iv had countless blood tests, an ultra sound (cysts were found) and due to do a urine sample
i get normal cramps, but every so often i feel twinges inside.
iv had blood today, so will see if it turns into a period.

i know thats why i dont want to incase im not pregnant, but then worry incase i am.
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just use condoms as i was taken off the pill to try and find my natural cycle when diagnosed with PCOS
iv been diagnosed by 2 drs and a specialist, iv had countless blood tests, an ultra sound (cysts were found) and due to do a urine sample
i get normal cramps, but every so often i feel twinges inside.
iv had blood today, so will see if it turns into a period.

i know thats why i dont want to incase im not pregnant, but then worry incase i am.
Ok, was just checking that it wasn't a GP's hunch awaiting investigation.

Nothing seems too untoward there for now, will have to see how things turn out over the next few days. How long have these twinges been happening; are they new?


(you forgot the closing / on your second spoiler tag btw)
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Ok, was just checking that it wasn't a GP's hunch awaiting investigation.

Nothing seems too untoward there for now, will have to see how things turn out over the next few days. How long have these twinges been happening; are they new?


(you forgot the closing / on your second spoiler tag btw)
no, had an ultrasound and bloods done, then got refered to the endocrinologist, so pretty bloody definate :woo: /sarcasm

yeah, will see if this turns out to be a proper period or not,
about a week or so, then a couple of weeks before that.
but it could be normal period twinges that iv forgotten happen as its been that bloody long!

i know, realised i did after i posted :facepalm:
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