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Nay
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My period was 17 day's late around 3 day's ago I took 2 pregnancy tests and they both were negative. I started spotting today and i'm not sure if that's a good sign or not. Could I still have a chance of being pregnant?
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Karybu
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With two negative pregnancy tests when a period is that late, you can be sure you're not pregnant. Periods can go missing for all sorts of reasons, not just pregnancy. You might want to have a read through this and see if any of it applies to your situation: M.I.A. or Dude, Where's My Period?

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