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    1 day late and wishful thinking
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    An_185445 posted:
    I seriously doubt I'm pg. I'm not on any bc pills but dh always pulls out and does a pretty good job at it (unfortunately). I have a 24 day cycle or at least that's what its been for the past 3 months, before that it was 25 days and before that 23. I got off BC pills back in Jan because I was having too many issues with them. We decided to do the pull out method and if we had an ooops so be it. So because of all that I'm thinking I should wait until next week before I get my hopes up. What you think?
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    reb_hun responded:
    would wait another week if i were you that way you could make sure that it's not just your cycle being out of whack. but if you can't wait that long then go get a test and take it in the morning. good luck


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