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supachicgyrl
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Ok, here goes. My bf and I had sex a coupl eof times at the end of June and beg. of July. We always used condoms, and the last time was July 4th. My period however, has not come, and it should have come around the beg. of the month. I took a pregnancy test (actually two) on July 9th, and it was negative both times. When should I take another test? I have been worried sick. Also, on the 10th I just moved out of my state and I'm still adjusting to my new environment at college.......could that be the reason? Please, let me know when I can take another test, and I know my risk is low to moderate.......could I be pregnant?
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kythryne
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Moving to Ask An Advocate.

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entropie
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If you have taken two pregnancy tests and they have both been negative, you are most likely NOT pregnant. If it settles your mind, go to your GP and have a proper test done. Because you took them on the same day, you may want to take another one at home first.

Many different things can cause your period to be late, including stress from relocation. Also, your period may not settle into a pattern for 5 years (or more) after your first one.


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