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    2 months late neg tests
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    lovinghim1010 posted:
    I got off the pill on October in hopes to start ttc this year. I had a period in the beginning of December and the end of January, nothing since. February I noticed I was ovulating and realized we had had unprotected sex about 2 days before. I have taken 3 tests (all with first urine) and they have all come out negative. The past week or so I have had VERY tender breasts and some mild cramping, thought it was my period finally coming, but still nothing. I plan on taking another test in the morning, but could this just be my body getting used to being off the pill after 10 years?
     
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    phoenixfire76 responded:
    If it's been 14-19 days since the day of possible conception then you can take a test. If it hasn't then wait until then and test then.

    Or see a Dr. for a blood test.

    Best of Luck.
     
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    lovinghim1010 replied to phoenixfire76's response:
    Thanks, it definitely has been. I plan on taking another in the morning, then probably calling my doctor.


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