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PinkPenguin06
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How long should I wait for a missed period before I begin to worry? I'm only 2 days late so far. I know things can happen, and it could be just late. I did have a lot of intercourse last month, but I used a condom every time. When do you recommend taking a pregnancy test?
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mommy4life15
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You should be able to take one now. If it comes out negative wait a week and then retest.
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