Posted by: Daisy | 2009/07/13

Can Fertomid delay your period? Or can I still be pregnant?

used fertomid for the first time after having a miscarriage in December. All my periods were normal and on time since Feb. Started my period on 6 June and was advised to take Fertomid from day 5-9. My period was now due on Monday 6 July. Nothing yet. Did a pregnancy test on Tuesday and it was negative. The gynae said I must do a blood test on day 35 which also came back negative. Did I maybe test too early? He said I must do another blood test on Thursday 16 July. I feel bloated and my breast are sensitive. Do you maybe think I might still be pregnant or can it be that the fertomid delayed my period? Please advise me? It is driving me nuts.

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Our expert says:
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It is unlikely that you are pregnant. Fertomid may have changed your cycle.

Best wishes

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2016/08/08

hey I was using I didn't see my period ive bought the test, that says I must used morning urine.the test came back negative.because I didn't use my first urine, is this possible.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2016/07/02

Hi I wanted to ask,I took fertomid last month and didn't see my period so today I saw bit possible that I might be pregnant please help

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Posted by: Charms | 2009/07/21

I used Fertomid for 2 months my ovaluasion is 100% this will be my third month that i will be using it, how long does it usually take before it will work for us.

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