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    Could I be pregnant. ..maybe?
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    chelseykatarina23 posted:
    Hi. . I was suppose to have my period January 27th through the 31st.. My cycle is a normal 28 days.. However I never got my period. . The first day of my last period was December 31st thro January 4th . My normal 5 day period... I am now on day 38 of my cycle and have no sign of my period..I have tracked my periods for about 7 months. .. And it's regular. .. pregnant? ?
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    lovebird79 responded:
    Take a home pregnancy test.

    There are several things that can alter your cycle as well - just because your cycle has been regular for 7 months doesn't mean it can't be effected by factors other than pregnancy.


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