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pregnancy issue

By Anonymous October 13, 2011 - 3:40am
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i had sex with my husband on 22 september and my mensis/period date was 3 of every month. mostly mensis do come early but never become late. i am not having mensis till now as it is 13 of october. i had my pregnancy blood test on 11 october. and the result was <1 ml/uml .. what you can tell me of this situation? is there any chance of getting pregnant? i am very much worried as i dont want pregnancy at now at this stage.

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Hi Anon,

If you are not pregnant by now you will not have any chances of pregnancy in the next 2 months. Sperm will only live for up to 5 days in the body.

Best Wishes,


October 15, 2011 - 1:15pm

Hi Anonymous,

A blood test that results in <1ml/uml is a negative test result. Have you seen your doctor since? You may need to see him again if you don't get your period soon. Remember that stress, illness, perimenopause, sudden weight gain or weight loss, and a change in your exercise routine can all be reasons for a late or missed period.

Good Luck,


October 13, 2011 - 6:44am
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Anonymous (reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

thanks a lot for your reply Rosa.

I havent seen any doctor since now.
i have just one more question .. that if i dont have any more sex with husband for few months .. as he gone to some other country for 2 months.. then due to last sex till when are the chances i can get pregnant ... elaborating it that due to the previous sex how much time after it a women can expect pregnancy ....

October 15, 2011 - 4:15am
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