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By February 20, 2016 - 2:01am
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Okay I had sex on the day my period ended last month and he used a condom and also pulled out with the condom on. This month I was sick and I went on a really strict diet and lost weight pretty fast but ended up gaining it all back and haven't been eating healthy at all...and I've been worrying about being pregnant like crazy... I took a first response pregnancy test on the 7th day my period was late and it came back negative... I am waiting to take another one when I am 10 days late... Do you think I am not pregnant if the 10 days late one is negative too? Is it possible I'm just really late or not getting a period this month?

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Hello I'm new to this site i got my period last month on the 8th of April my period was suppose to come on the 6th of may I did several of the 1$ hcg urine test one came back with a faint line and the test came back negative I also did a blood test when I was 6 days late it came back negative as well my doctor told me to come back on thurs which by then ill be 13days late to re test of my period donot come by then whats crazy is that this happenend to me with my second child only did 2 test in the hospital and blood test and urine and it came back neg but the next month period still didnt come tested again on my own and it came out positive I'm getting alot of cramps breast are very sore I'm sensitive to ceratom smells and I'm just craving alot of chocolate lol plus I look bloated and peeing alot anyone has any suggestions on what it could be p.s I'm not stressed and my period always comes on time

May 16, 2016 - 10:50am

Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
You cannot be pregnant for several reasons. First of all, since it was the last day of your period, you were not ovulating. Secondly, he sued a condom that did not break or leak. Lastly, he did not ejaculate during penetration. Since there was no egg, and no sperm, pregnancy scientifically cannot occur.
Dramatic weight loss and/or weight gain, plus a change in diet can all effect your menstrual cycle. Hormonal imbalances are actually pretty common and usually no cause for alarm.

If, however you start experiencing frequent, prolonged, or very heavy bleeding, you such see a gynecologist right away.

February 20, 2016 - 1:08pm
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