I recently had a pregnancy scare and im still a little stressed. I didn't have sex just did stuff. I was just wondering if you can have 2 neg. Pregnancy tests and still be pregnant. I also got what i took for my period. I had pms and cramp everything. Idk why but i just cant seem to get over it. I take everything as a sign im pregnant. Can you guys give me a little advice.
Oh im sorry i didn't elaborate on what happened. That article helped its just ive been on google looking well freaking myself out about everything first i thought that my period might have been somthing called implant bleeding. Then i thought i could have tested to early but it was14 days past the incident which i think is ok. Im just a little shaken up.
Looking all over the Internet can freak you out, yes, but you have to think of where the information is coming from. For example: a respected fact-based site with researched information? Or a nameless/faceless person on google answers with no real credibility?
14 days past the purported risk is long enough for the test to be accurate.
Too? Implantation bleeding is very rare and does not resemble a period, which you said you had.
Also, I'm still not sure if there really was a risk to begin with, since you didn't specify what sexual activities you engaged in.
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True i think im going to take the advice in the article and go treat myself to a day at the spa. I need to get off the internet. Im doing nothing but makeing my mind play tricks on me when the anwser is right there. I took 2 test they were neg. And i got my period. Its clear i have nothing to worry about. Thank you so much you have helped alot. This site is awsome you guys are amazing:)
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