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Pregnancy Test

Unread postby mews » Tue Feb 23, 2021 7:35 pm

Is it ever too late to a pregnancy test? I had a dream a couple of nights ago that I was pregnant, which can’t be right since I’m on the pill & used a condom the last time I had sex in November, plus I’ve had all my withdrawal bleeds as expected, but that annoying little voice in my brain won’t stop. So, to stop that voice, I’m taking a test, but I wanted to make sure since it’s been a while, it would still be accurate?

I know you have a policy on not engaging in pregnancy scares; if this qualifies as such, totally get it.

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Re: Pregnancy Test

Unread postby Heather » Wed Feb 24, 2021 11:08 am

Hey there.

No, it isn't. It can be too early, but it can't be too late if someone is still pregnant (in fact, tests often show positive for a little while even after abortion, pregnancy loss or delivery). I think taking a test to see if it can't get that voice to knock it off is always one excellent idea.

We are glad to *constructively* engage around this stuff, so if that doesn't work for you and you want to brainstorm some other things you can try, you're welcome to circle back. Hope it helps!
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