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have not seen my period since last month and this month i feel pregnat after takin series of test dat tells negative.

By Anonymous July 14, 2012 - 4:21am
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Hello,frist lemme explain has at march this year,I found out I was 2 months pregnant,buh I and my partner were nt ready so we got rid of it,but just imdtly,we wished we dint then I tried to get pregnant again. Has at 24th of may I saw ma period again and I calculated my ovulation as at 7th of june,I and my partner had sex thru 7 till 12 so I could get pregnant again,a doctor friend advised I take clomid drugs for 5days which I did,I did not see ma period thru out june did pregnancy test dat tell negative(mayb the test was to early)its july 14 and I see slight blood coming out of my vagina,does dat mean am no longer pregnant or what is wrong???..I still drink wine and smoke could that b the reason? Yet have been seeing white discharge all this while buh no symptoms like ma breast paining me or stuff.

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Dear Anonymous,

I'm a little concerned at the fact that you think you might be pregnant but you're still drinking and smoking-- are you sure you're ready to have a child? 

If you think you may have tested too early then take another pregnancy test. However, getting your period usually means you're not pregnant. If you get another negative pregnancy test then you are not pregnant and should probably take the time to really think about what your priorities are at the moment. Having a child is a huge responsibility that begins at conception and never ends. If you are seriously trying to conceive smoking and drinking should no longer be a part of your life. 

Good luck,


July 14, 2012 - 12:35pm
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