Hello everyone, My husband and I are TTC with child #2. I went to the doctors to figure out why I haven't had a period for 2 months and all the HPT are saying negative. The dr. told me that it looked like that I may had a miscarriage and my body still thinks that I am pregnant. She prescribed me with Provera 10mg ( 2 pills (20mg) everyday for 10 days). She also told me that I should have a period between 7-10 days after the last pill. So it's now 10 days after the last pill and still no signs of a period. Is it possible to get pregnant while on or right after Provera? I'm hoping that I am pregnant, but I don't want to get my hopes up and not be. Have anyone been in my situation? If so, what did you do and what was the outcome?View Thread
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