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An_252665 posted:
I downloaded a period tracker on my cell phone a couple months ago and I put down my last period I had. It says I'm 47 days late. When should I take a test?
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Sarah McMoyler, RN responded:
NOW! The early pregnancy tests (EPT) are quite accurate.

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Sarah McMoyler RN, BSN
www.thebestbirth.com
 
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pinkpanda89 replied to Sarah McMoyler, RN's response:
What if it says its neg?
 
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tlkittycat1968 replied to pinkpanda89's response:
Then you can wait and see if your next period comes. If it doesn't and you're still getting negative test results, see your doctor.
 
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maryl36 replied to Sarah McMoyler, RN's response:
I don't have a reply, I have a question. 4yrs ago I had my youngest child and she'll 5 yrs old in march this coming year. I always had my periods on time and then after I had her I got fixed. but now im a week late. could I be pregnant or what could be going on.. the dr clamp my tubes. could they of came on done. im scared to death. I had a tubal pregnanice in 1998.
 
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tlkittycat1968 replied to maryl36's response:
Yes, you could be pregnant. Take a test.


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