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    chrissyzajac posted:
    am 5 days late on my period.i have taken 2 HPT on 2 separate days & have had a blood test done on 11.14.13. all negitive. im also on wellbutrin 100mg & have taken it for about a month. my last period came normal. this is the first time its been late since starting the meds. my fiance and i had sex on what was supposed to be an ovulation day (were trying for kids). could i be preggo? ive been more tired than usual, boobs are slightly sore, lower back pain, cramps(i never get cramps-ever), & headaches. could it be the meds (even tho the doctors think not) or could it be pregnancy. when should i test. also pray i am!!!
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It's pretty rare to not show on a blood test if you are pregnant. I'd say you probably didn't ovulate and no ovulation usually means no period. It's common and will happen to most women at least once during their reproductive years.
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