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Any Chance?
An_255144 posted:
I had not had sex but there had been contact by fooling and a slight chance of pre ejaculation but no actual ejaculation what's so ever. However, I took a pregnancy test a day before my period was due and it came out negative (2 weeks after). I got my period on time and it looked normal and fairly heavy. I've read women who still claim to receive their periods while pregnant so I had taken a second test after my period had finished and again it was negative. Is there still a chance I am pregnant or should I stop buying test?
tlkittycat1968 responded:
Stop buying tests. You've had your normal period and two negative tests so chances are good you are not pregnant.
An_255658 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
I'm still a bit paranoid.. It's been a month since & I've had a heavy period again this month a few days later then my period was actually due. It seemed as a normal period but heavier then usual. Since then I had taken 5 test that all came up negative. I had taken a recent one a couple days ago (first morning urine) again neg. & if I was pregnant I should be at weeks 8 at the least. My concern is I seem "bloated".. But I had not changed anything in my diet.. Should I just stop worrying. Having a baby at this time would be very difficult for me.
tlkittycat1968 replied to An_255658's response:
You've now had two periods and at least five negative tests. You're not pregnant. Stop worrying.

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