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    Am i pregnant?
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    An_252312 posted:
    My last menses date was 6th april 2013 and had sex with my bf on 14th of the same month. nw hv skippd my date for the month of may n still no sign of them my previous date was 8th march. m i pregnant plz help !
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    lovebird79 responded:
    Take a home pregnancy test.

    You could be pregnant and you could not be.

    Stress can cause your period to be delayed or even skipped.
    And a lot of women skip their period at least once in their life.

    However, if you had unprotected sex with your boyfriend at any point of your cycle, it's definitely possible you are pregnant.


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