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    I am 36 and trying
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    rorsha posted:
    Hi Ladies i am trying to fall pregnant... according to the ovulation calendar my expected period was supposed to be 17th . I took a pregnancy test on the 15th it was negative. It is now the 24th. Should i take one again or should i wait longer. I have not yet had my period
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    Anon_40795 responded:
    Yes! Definitely take one. A high quality test should be able to tell if you are pregnant by now and most cheap ones too.
     
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    aileen89 responded:
    Hi there, if you are pregnant I just wanted to share with you a site where it could help you calculate when your baby is due. Good luck.
    http://www.babyduedatecalculator.net/


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