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am i pregnant

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3 years ago
i miss my birth control shot nd i had sex after dat two tymes unprotected sex i wnna kne could i be pregnant i post too got da shot on da 3 of dis month nd didnt i had unprotected sex da day i post got da shot nd again on da 6 so could i be pergnant

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2 years ago
When is the right time to go for a home preg test...
2 years ago
 Thank you for your reply...Last time my period was normal with normal duration.. Since my periods were irregular is my chance of getting preg is less ? 
2 years ago
The best time to take a pregnancy test is after your next (as in after the time of conception) expected period. If you think you may have gotten your period, you are fine to take a test now.As far as your chances of getting pregnant, I don't know. You'll need to talk to your doctor.
2 years ago
Thank you very much for the reply
2 years ago
Have you taken a pregnancy test? That's the only way to know whether or not you are pregnant.
2 years ago
no i havent yet but as of yesterday ive been monitoring my bt and they've been 98.7 and 98.3. and still no bleeding yet.
2 years ago
no i havent yet but as of yesterday ive been monitoring my bt and they've been 98.7 and 98.3. and still no bleeding yet.
2 years ago
no i havent yet but as of yesterday ive been monitoring my bt and they've been 98.7 and 98.3. and still no bleeding yet.
2 years ago
no i havent yet but as of yesterday ive been monitoring my bt and they've been 98.7 and 98.3. and still no bleeding yet.
2 years ago
All physical signs/symptoms of pregnancy can be manifested by the mind, especially if you're trying/wanting to get pregnant. The only way to know for sure is to take a home pregnancy test, or to get a blood test done at your doctor's office.

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