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    Can I Still Be Pregnant?
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    ttcbabye posted:
    Long story short. Hubby and I have been TTC since June 2015. Previously was on birth control on and off for 6 years. After coming off of the pill first period normal, next one was long, next one was normal just heavy, and then i had a long one where i was put on a 10 day dose of progesterone. I haven't had a period in 47 Days. My last one started January 15th and lasted 3 days.

    I had some spotting one time a few weeks ago when I went to the bathroom, I have thought my period was coming with cramps and back pain every now and then but still nothing. I took a pregnancy test last week and it was negative. Is there a chance I could still be pregnant? Or maybe I just didn't ovulate last month?

    I am 21 years old. Married for almost 3 years and my mother had PCOS. We can't get into a fertility doc until we have been TTC for a year. The wait is a killer..


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