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Am I pregnant or not?

By Anonymous May 24, 2012 - 3:06am
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In March I had protected sex twice (on the 4th and on the 7th). I, then was stressed out because my period came two days late (on the 23rd, when supposed to be the 21st). In April, I had sex on the 13th and my period came early on the 18th. After my period, I started having severe stomach cramps and constipation. Now it's May. I had sex on the day I supposed to get my period, the 17th, but here it is the 24th and there is still no period. However, I'm getting cramps like it is coming. In this time span of three months, I have taken maybe about four HPTs and they have all said negative. The last one, I took two days after my period was supposed to show at Planned Parenthood and they told me "definitely negative". Am I pregnant?

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Hi Anon,

There's no way of us knowing.  If you are still concerned you need to seek help from your doctor.



May 25, 2012 - 3:58am
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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  If you had protected sex and all your pregnancy test are negative, it's unlikely you are pregnant.   A cycle can be from 28-30 days. Depending on your age, a teen cycle can be shorter or longer.  If you are concerned you might want to see a doctor and explain what has been happening to your cycles within the last three months.  Many other conditions can cause changes to your cycles as well.

Here are some resources for you







May 24, 2012 - 4:25am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

I've waiting and still hasn't come. Instead, I have a white discharge. Is it possible for me to be pregnant?

May 24, 2012 - 6:11pm
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