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    2 Months Late, Can I be pregnant?
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    sbfreckleface posted:
    I'm two months late, I've taken two pregnancy test but they've both came out negative. I've never been this late before, but I've recently gain some weight and have been stressed out. I'm not sure if I should go to the doctor's or wait to see what happens next month.
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    72678 responded:
    um you should go to the doctor being that late and negative preggo tests, are u testing with first morning urine? cause if your not preggo u gotta find out why u didnt get your period, it maybe cause u didnt ovulate u can miss a period when u dont ovulate but definatly go to the doc good luck


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