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By Anonymous April 26, 2011 - 9:09am
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Hello All!

I engaged in sexual intercourse in mid-march, just around the time I ovulate. During about 88% of those times my partner had ejaculated in me. He is leaving soon for deployment and was trying to have a baby. We were disappointed when my period did show up March 30. It lasted about 3 days but was light. This month my period is 2 days late. It didn't cross my mind that I would be pregnant because I did not have sex at all this cycle. I want some opinions before i waste money on a pregnancy test. Thank you!

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Your March 30th menstrual period would indicate that you are most likely not pregnant.

You can wait a week (or two) for your regular menstrual cycle to begin; it is unlikely you would be pregnant if you did not have sex after your last menstrual period (even a "light" period is still a period)

April 26, 2011 - 9:54am
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