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PCOS, possibly pregnant. What should I do?

My period is two weeks late, I got three negative tests so far but I think I may be pregnant. I have PCOS, but could I still be pregnant? When should I see my doctor and should I ask for a blood test?
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If your period is two weeks late and you still think you are pregnant despite three negative tests, why is that? Are your cycles so irregular that two weeks late might not be late at all?
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I ask because if you are two weeks late for sure, any pregnancy test would find a pregnancy, you wouldn't need to go to the doc for a blood test. But if you are saying your menstrual months are super variable in length and so you think two weeks late might not be late at all, then I guess the answer if you suspect you are pregnant is to keep testing. One thing I would not do is risk exposure to Covid-19 by going to the doctor for a blood test when you can get as serviceable an answer from a home test.
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