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am i pregnate

By September 16, 2011 - 9:23pm
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i am on birth control and take it religously. i even have an alarm on my phone so i take it at the same time everyday. but last month it was late so i took 4 pt and all neg. then i went to the dr and they ordered a blood test that came back neg and i started right after they took my blood. this month i am going on 2 weeks late again and finally conviced myself that i will wait untill i start the next pack to see if ill start before i take a test. the only thing that bothers me is i have a 15month old and last time i shruged it off until someone eles bought me a test i found out i was pregnate i dont know what to do. any suggestions?

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ok so i did the calculations and if im on a 28 day cycle i am now officially 2 weeks late for my period. but according to my pack of bc i should start on saturday. i am going to give it 3 days after i am supposed to start if i dont i will be taking a hpt. if its neg i am going to the dr cuz something is wrong

September 28, 2011 - 9:31am
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Hi ddmccabe,
Thank you for your question and welcome to EmpowHer. If you are 2 weeks late again for your period, I would certainly take a pregnancy test. I would also contact your OBGYN and explain that your period is late again. This may be caused by the Pill itself and your doctor may want to try another prescription strength since you are lacking a period for two cycles now.

Keep us posted on your HPT and what your doctor tells you.

Good luck,

September 17, 2011 - 8:30am
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