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Period 19 days late and 4 negative HPTs can I rule out pregnancy
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An_256904 posted:
I'm not sure if its an irregular period or pregnancy. I had protected sex on May 10th and my period was due that following week but never came on. I tested a day after miss period and 3 days after missed period and both were negative. I then tested a week after missed and today which makes three weeks after missed period and both were negative. I do have a recent history of irregular periods which started in February. My period did come on in March & April but not for May. Is it possible I'm pregnant or a case of a missed period. I've read the losing the virginity could delay the period could this be the problem?
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
Probably just a case of not ovulating and usually if you don't ovulate you won't get a period.
 
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aileen83 responded:
I think you are just irregular and you just missed a period. Because if you tested after two weeks of missing a period the pregnancy result will definitely get a positive if you are pregnant. I hope this helps.


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