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I had sex about two months ago. Since then I've had two periods. But my last perio came a week early I'm not sure of this is a side effect of messing up my birth control schedule.. I went two weeks with te new pack instead of one. The took it two months straight without the week break. I had sex and the condom came off, most of it and the opening were hanging out towards the bed. I got my period two weeks later. I took a test the day I got my period. 3 days after and about a week after. All negative. I used first response tests. Is there an possibility I tested too early? Or that I could still be pregnant?
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Sam W
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We have been over your pregnancy chances from this situation before. If you are still concerned, please go back and re-read those threads, but we will not go over them with you again.
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