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    Could I be pregnant???
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    An_253444 posted:
    I started my cycle on 7/24/2013, and still have not had my cycle again. I took a hpt 7 days ago, but could only hold my urine for an hour before I took it (it was hot weather, and I drank a lot of water). The hpt was negative, so I expected my cycle to start a day or so after. It has been a week now, and no hint of my cycle. I want to take another hpt, but hate throwing money away.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Try taking another test using first morning urine.
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