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ruru
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Well turn out to be that when i went to the gynocologist they did the pap smear, and it turned out to be that the condom had broken, because i had i piece of condom inside my vigina...! So i got the pregnancy test done...the urine and the blood.

And the results came to be less than 1 meaning negative, but they also told me that it was to soon to know, that the pregnancy hormone that women produce when they are pregant wasnt showing!

WHAT DOES THAT EXACTLY MEAN?
COULD THERE BE A CHANCE THAT I COULD STILL BE PREGNANT?
AND WHY COULDNT THE TELL IF ITS HAS BEEN 15 DAYS FROM THE 1ST I HAD SEX AND 13 DAYS FROM THE 2ND TIME WE HAD SEX, AND THE 1ST DAY OF MY PERIOD WAS FROM JUNE 7 TO THE 11...(WE HAD SEX 2 DAYS AFTER MY PERIOD.)
i THOUGHT YOU COULD TELL FROM 10-14 DAYS IF YOUR PREGNANT OR NOT...! SO IS THERE A CHANCE I COULD BE?

PLEASE answer me am very stressed out over this... thanks!

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JamsessionVT
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OK, let me see if I can simplify this:

You went to the GYN, and they did the test. You know that it has been at least 10 days since you had the last pregnancy risk, correct?

If this is the case, no matter what they said, that pregnancy test you got done should be accurate. There is no reason for it not to be if your timeline is correct.

From what I can gather, you do not have to worry about pregnancy.

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ruru
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ok am kinda brain dead when it comes to this kinda stuff...! = D

what do you mean "that it has been at least 10 days since i had the last pregnancy risk."?

am sorry...i just want to be really informed!

THANKS...!

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Pregnancy tests are accurate as early as 10-14 days after a pregnancy test, and if you had a blood test done as well, those are even more accurate than urine tests. If your test came up negative, and it has been 10 days or more since your pregnancy risk (which you said it was), it's pretty safe to say you're not pregnant.

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By the way, if there's ever anything you don't understand while you're at the doctor, don't hesitate to speak up and ask your questions. Your health care provider should be willing to explain everything to you so you know what's going on with your body. [Smile]
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