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2 months late and 3 Negative HPTs
BrughGal724 posted:
As of yesterday I havent had a cycle since Feb 18th.. And idk whats going on.. The tests I took were generic brand from walmart and meijer.. Do you think I should take a First response or EPT?
nelson09 responded:
i think you should call your dr and talk to them. ....ask them if they will do a blood test.
pajama_mama responded:
yeah I would talk to your Dr but chances are you're not ovulating. If you don't ovulate you don't always get a period this happened to me after my youngest son. My ob gave me some progesterone pills to jumpstart my period and I was good to go my cycles started back up as normal.
LillyMaezMom responded:
  • generic pregnancy test work just as well as the more pricier ones.I have used both.
Therhry responded:
Go to your MD/GP right away and have him/her do a blood test for pregnancy and thyroid - this can cause your periods to stop as well if your thyroid is not functioning properly as it controls your hormones in your body. My BF never got her period for 4 months and when she went to the clinic they told her that her thyroid was inactive and put her on therapy and she got her period last month. It could also be that you're not ovulating so your Dr will send for tests for that too and do an u/s to see what's going on inside of you. Get it checked out though.
hgreenwood7058 responded:
Chances are that you are not ovulating or you may have an ovarian cyst or two. I have PCOS so when I am not on birth control pills then I do not have my cycle for up to 2 months and longer. You should get it checked out to make sure there is nothing else going on.

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