I had sex and took a pill after two days. Again in a gap of three days had sex and took an I-pill. 10 days later, I had periods, and after that, I have not bled since then. I took three home pregnancy tests which showed negative. What could be the reason? I am on regular Thyronorm 62.5 for hypothyroidism. I had ovarian cyst four years back, which was treated with medicines.
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One thing is clear that the pregnancy test is negative. Also, you took the pill well in time and also got the withdrawal bleeding.
Also, I suggest you take progesterone tablet like Medroxyprogesterone 10 mg daily for three days and see the response. Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with him or her and take treatment with consent.
You may discuss your scan report if you like and I will guide you further.
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