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bdavis26 posted:
was diagnosed with PCOS about 2 years ago. i have a 5 year old daughter who was conceived with no problems. but since 2006 i have not been able to get preganat!i have been actively trying to conceive. and my period is almost 2 weeks late i took a test and it was negative. My cycle has been fairly regular the past 6 months so for it to be late is not normal. my question is can the pcos cause a false negative? i will take another test next week and if that one is neg i will see my dr for a blood test, just wanted some insight! thank u all in advance
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hello and Welcome bdavis26 -

We have a wonderful Trying to Conceive Community for you to connect with others riding the emotional roller coaster of conception.

Please repost your concerns over there for possible expert and member response.

Best Wishes,
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
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