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2.5 months and no period, multiple negative HPTs

By Anonymous February 18, 2011 - 6:13pm
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I am 25 years old, and I have not been on BC for about 8 months. My last normal cycle was December 7, 2010. I have had unprotected sex with my boyfriend, however I have taken 5! HPT, the most recent was Feb 17 (yesterday). All tests are negative. I have no real pregnancy symptoms, however I have had some weight gain (around 10lbs since December), and some mild heart burn (but I believe I was getting that before I started missing my period) I haven't been overly stressed out, and I eat fairly normal. I do smoke cigarettes, I have not been on any medications.

I have scheduled an appointment with Planned Parenthood... Any suggestions on what could be wrong??

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Hi Maryann Gromisch,
iam in the same shoe as "Anonymous"....
planning for Dr visit...
Can u pls tel me is there any chance of being pregnant....?!
we are TTC for 2.5 months now....no periods since then and no PMS either(usually has)....and negative home based HCG tests....

Thnaks in advance..

February 21, 2011 - 10:59pm

Hi Anonymous,
Right now, the best thing that you can do is keep that Planned Parenthood appointment. Most likely, a blood test will be done to test for pregnancy. A blood pregnancy test are much more accurate to detect pregnancy. Unprotected sex is one sure way of getting pregnant.

February 18, 2011 - 6:57pm
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