Alright so i posted a while back. Just asking again and i know im probably being dumb. my girlfriend did not get her period yet this month again on her sugar pills. she still has tomorrow left to go though. as i said in the previous post she takes it on time everyday (once an hour late but thats it) and we use a condom which has never broken and pull out method. We waited two weeks after she missed her withdrawal bleed to take a pregnancy test which came up clear negative. We then waited another week and took another test which came up clear negative. so three weeks after her missed withdrawal bleed.
So basically what im asking is, after three weeks that pregnancy test should be correct and i should assume we are fine right?
this would be the second month she would miss her withdrawal bleed if she does not get it. sorry should have made that clear.
[ 04-06-2011, 12:05 AM: Message edited by: fball44 ]
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If you've taken multiple pregnancy tests and they've all come out negative, you can be sure she is not pregnant.
But if this is the second withdrawal bleed in a row that she's missing, she'll want to give her gynecologist a call, anyway. Missing one bleed every once in a while isn't a big deal, but missing more than one is worth taking a closer look at.
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