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I’m about 2 days late for my period, I took a pregnancy test but it tested negative. What should I do?

By August 9, 2011 - 11:55am
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I’ve been having unprotected sex with my partner, and after we have sex (almost every time for the past few weeks) there seems to be small pieces of coagulated blood left over. Now, these aren’t the typical small gelatinous clots I have during my period, just small pieces of coagulated blood. I’m wondering if this is the product of my period? And maybe I missed it because I’ve been under a lot of pressure and stress lately. I’m just not sure! Please help.


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Hi Chanel,
You took the home pregnancy test too early. For accurate results, you need to test when you are late by one week. Unprotected sex is a sure way to get pregnant. I don't know what the small pieces of coagulated blood ,which you notice following intercourse, can be. I strongly suggest that you call your doctor and tell him or her about this. You will need to be examined by your doctor to determine what is causing these bits of blood.
Please keep us posted.

August 9, 2011 - 5:24pm
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