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smoke
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i had a home preg kit 5days after my bf n i had sex.. the result was negative but a month later n stl i havent had my period (mine was irregular anyway) i had another test n it is still negative. am i pregnant or not? is the kit totally reliable? m afraid of getn pregnant but i dnt hav my period until now. help pls.
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ErinK
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Home pregnancy tests are generally pretty reliable, so if you've had two negative results within a month, you are most likely not pregnant. However, you might want to see a doctor to help figure out why your period hasn't shown up -- or to have a pregnancy test done there that can verify things with even more certainty.

Erin


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