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i know ever girl is different but im still a litle worried even though i probubly shouldnt be. My gf was late last month and had spotting 10 days after the completion of her last period and now shes a few days late again. Based on the fact that she was messed last month and stress with school starting again, and i guess the nerves of last months scare or being late, would u say its almost expected that she might be late...or would u recomend that we test for pregnancy again, because we did have sex with a condom and it didnt break or anything but that was a few days before the spotting so almost 3 weeks ago. im just a nervous person so kind of need a little feedback to close my doubts and shes gettin sick of me asking her to take a pregnancy test...should i just relax or do you think its in the best interest that we do another test (just to be sure)

[ 09-06-2006, 08:30 PM: Message edited by: confused06 ]

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A pregnancy test can be taken to help alleviate your worries, but I don't see a pregnancy risk here.

So, relax. Stress and other factors are probably the culprit.

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