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Why am I freaked out that I am pregnant?

By August 19, 2017 - 2:47pm
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I had protected sex with a condom on the 27th of June, which is the day after my period finished and also the day I started taking the pill. I got my period on the 18th of July and it went for 4 days and was slightly lighter than usual. I stopped taking the pill again so I was only taking it for that month. My cycle that month was 26 days which is shorter than usual but it went along with the pill guidelines. My cycle is usually around 30 days or a bit more. I had protected sex with a Condom again on the 18th of august and according to a 30 day cycle my period was due on the 16th. It is now the 20th and I still haven't got my period. I did a pregnancy test yesterday and it was negative and I did 2 his morning and they were also negative. Today is day 34 of my cycle. If I am pregnant. I don't know how I would tell my mum or go about getting an abortion or anything. Please help me

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Hi again, qwertyuiop.

Thank you for your message.

We have helped you with this subject before. Your pregnancy tests indicate you are not pregnant. You might do well to seek counseling about this - thinking you are pregnant - when there is no indication/reason to think so.

Once we answer a question sufficiently, we cannot keep returning to it, repeating the same information over and over. I hope you understand. Contact your doctor for further information. Your period is late for other reasons. Perhaps a blood pregnancy test will convince you.


August 19, 2017 - 4:39pm
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