Even the expert on this forum cannot tell you if you are pregnant via an online message board.
There is ALWAYS a chance of pregnancy if you engage in unprotected sexual intercourse.
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Report This| Share this:Could I still Be Pregnant<a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/could-i-be-pregnant-exchange">http://exchanges.webmd.com/could-i-be-pregnant-exchange</a> <br /> <br />Or, call your gyno and make an appointment. <br /> <br />Even the expert on this forum cannot tell you if you are pregnant via an online message board.<br /> <br />There is ALWAYS a chance of pregnancy if you engage in unprotected sexual intercourse.
I am going though the same thing I will be getting a Blood test done today so maybe that will clear things up Maybe you should get a blood test too
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Report This| Share this:Could I still Be PregnantI am going though the same thing <img src="http://img.webmd.com/community/images/frown.gif" align="top" border="0"> I will be getting a Blood test done today so maybe that will clear things up <img src="http://img.webmd.com/community/images/smile.gif" align="top" border="0"> Maybe you should get a blood test too
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