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Old 08-10-12, 09:26 PM
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Hi. i usually have regular periods. my cycle is always 28 days. iím 26 years old. i have a 7 year old, a 1 year old and a 2year old.all of them were vaginal delivery. i never had any delayed cycles ever in my life. they always been on time. i missed a period and 13 days late now. last menstrual cycle was June 30th of 2012. and still no sign as of today august 10 2012. i have been taking diet supplements call phentermine 37.5 for 2 weeks now since july 30th 2012. but im not sure if thats what's effecting my cycle or not. i been taking dietary pills for the longest. and it didnít effect me before. when my period was suppost to come by july 28th. i felt like it was going to start. but it never came. ever since then i been experiencing bloating,a bubbly tumbly feeling in lower stomach everyday, a little sleepy, i pee alot and the color of it is darker then usual. i took a ept pregnancy test but negative. i still have no signs of spotting or light bleeding to dark. i am also trying to work on having another child. any thoughts anyone?

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Old 08-12-12, 01:20 AM
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Hi Katy,
I had never heard of phentermine before but I looked it up and it's not safe to use while pregnant or trying to become pregnant. I think it would be best if you stop taking those pills right away and see a doctor to find out if you're pregnant or not. Until you see the doctor, you can do more at home testing, sometimes you get false negatives.

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Hi katy.
 
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Thirteen days late and a negative HPT is definitely funky.
 
Have you taken only one HPT?

I checked online about phentermine and it looks like it can cause some menstrual changes. I would talk to your OB/GYN about using it. If you're looking to get pregnant, you should stop taking it--it is a pregnancy class X drug. That's a no-no.

Regardless, it sounds like it would be good to consult with your OB about how to proceed.

Please let us know what you find out!
 
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[QUOTE=SoccerPlayerMom;3025288]Hi Katy,
I had never heard of phentermine before but I looked it up and it's not safe to use while pregnant or trying to become pregnant. I think it would be best if you stop taking those pills right away and see a doctor to find out if you're pregnant or not. Until you see the doctor, you can do more at home testing, sometimes you get false negatives.

Best of luck! [/QUOT



Thank you soccerplayermom! i do have a appointment in a few weeks to see my obgyn doc. i am now 16 days late. so i'll see how all that goes with blood work and all. i will most definatly keep you posted! thanks for the advice. i really appreciate it.
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Hi katy.
 
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Thirteen days late and a negative HPT is definitely funky.
 
Have you taken only one HPT?

I checked online about phentermine and it looks like it can cause some menstrual changes. I would talk to your OB/GYN about using it. If you're looking to get pregnant, you should stop taking it--it is a pregnancy class X drug. That's a no-no.

Regardless, it sounds like it would be good to consult with your OB about how to proceed.

Please let us know what you find out!
 

Thank you dopey406! i do have a appointment in a few weeks to see my obgyn doc. untill then i will keep testing untill it's time to meet with my doctor. i am now 16 days late. so i'll see how all that goes with blood work and all. and yes! phentermine might of caused me not to have a period. i do strongly agree with that one. i will most definitely keep you posted! thanks for the advice. i really appreciate it.
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