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    Question Should I ask for a blood test?

    Sorry girls, I'm sure this has been asked before but I can't find anything to answer my question.

    I'm currently being investigated for PCOS, and have been booked in for bloods tomorrow AM.



    My cycles are normally 35 days long, and today is day 42. I've obviously done tests, and get a BFN. I don't think I am experiencing any pg symptoms, but then again, normally before AF arrives I cramp for 6-12 hours and then she shows up. I'm not getting any of that cramping at all either.

    I'm just so confused, I don't want to get my hopes up about a BFP, esp because of the BFN on the HPTs, but has anyone been through the same thing and gotten a BFP? Should I call my GP and get her to add a HCG to my bloods tomorrow?

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    It certainly wouldn't hurt, Kylie. Although, I think it's just something that tends to happen with PCOS.

    I've been through similar sorts of things before... I've never been regular in any way, but this is the second time I've had a cycle of well over 70 days... sadly, neither time have I been pregnant.

    BW

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    Thanks BW. I might just give her a call and see what she thinks.

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    I agree Kylie, it cant hurt. Good luck!

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