So it was back in January when I had had sex. There was a condom, but I'm not on any birth control or anything. And just as my boyfriend was pulling out the condom almost slipped off. I don't think anything got anywhere, but it's been about three and a half months since that and I can't stop thinking that I'm pregnant. I took two tests [from the Answers brand] and they were both read "not pregnant". I haven't had any symptoms that I know of, and I've had my period every month so far--with my next one coming in a few days. So why can't I leave it alone?
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By now, you'd be close to six months pregnant.
I absolutely assure you that you not only wouldn't be getting negatives on a test, there'd be little way NOT to be very aware you were pregnant.
But if you know all of that, have you maybe thought about why you would WANT to be pregnant?
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