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Could i be pregnant?

By Anonymous May 11, 2012 - 1:00am
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I stopped my second pack of BCP last April 3 & had my withdrawal bleeding on April 8. We had unprotected sex on April 13, 15, 18, 23, 25 & 27. I noticed a pain in the left side on April 21, which i suspected to be ovulation pain. I saw EWCM on April 23. From April 24 I felt some symptoms like sore breast & nipples, lower back pain, mild lower abdominal cramps & slight nausea but it stopped on April 29. I tested on May 6 & today May 11 using FMU but both came back negative. I still didnt get my period, the only symptom i am feeling now is on & off lower back pain. Is there still possibility that I could be pregnant?


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Hi Anonymous,

If you have already missed your period and tested for pregnancy, then your results should be accurate. Keep in mind that after you go off of your pills it can take a few months for your period to become regular and so it can take a while for you to be able to accurately determine when you may be ovulating. In regards to your lower back pain, please mention this to your OB/GYN the next time you're in his/her office as it could be kidney pain from an infection. If it gets any worse, schedule an appointment right away. 

Keep trying and good luck trying to conceive!


May 11, 2012 - 7:40am
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Anonymous (reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

Hi Rosa,
I went to a dr last May 13 & the blood test was negative, she told me to come back after 2 weeks which I did yesterday, we got a faint second line in the blood test but disappeared after around 10 minutes, she told me again to come back after 2 more weeks to be sure. Am I pregnant? Is is possible that I just ovulated late hence tested too early? Thanks

May 26, 2012 - 10:48pm
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