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Monotonous
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Okay, so I got a hold of one because I joined the Band Front at my school, which gave me easy access to a Walgreens!

And it said negative! Woo-hoo! Party!

But it was a Walgreens pregnancy test, which I read were the least reliable in an experiment. Considering it's been at least a month late for my period, it should be 100% accurate, correct?

Just making sure.

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Considering you didn't have much of a risk in the first place AND it's been so long since your missed period, you are with all assurance NOT pregnant. Let your mind finally rest.
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