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I've taken 2 PTs-all neg.Is there a possiblity that I am still preg?

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1 year ago
We did the deed on March 31st this year. After that, my period has been delayed up til now. I have taken two pregnancy tests and each says that it is negative. I took the first one 14 days after we did it and the 2nd one 3 days after my period was delayed. I took the 2nd one last April 26. My period hasn't come yet and it is already May! Is there a possibility that I am pregnant even with the two negative pregnancy tests? I want to know if I am really pregnant as early as now so that I can take care of myself and avoid accidents that might happen to myself and the angel inside, if he/she is there. I also do not have most of the early signs of pregnancy. I feel a bit normal. I do not have any experiences of being pregnant before since this will, if ever, be my first. Also, I've had three of my teeth extracted yesterday and the dentist told me to take Amoxicillin and Mefenamic Acid for my teeth. Are those medicines safe for me, if and when I am pregnant? What do you suggest I do? Thanks a lot and your answers will be highly appreciated. God bless you.

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1 year ago
You should call your ob so that you can get a blood test to see if you are pregnant. You can also ask if those medications are safe, though anitbiotocs are usually ok during pregnancy.
1 year ago
I also do not have most of the early signs of pregnancy. I feel a bit normal. online social work degrees I do not have any experiences of being pregnant before since this will, if ever, be my first.
12 months ago
You have to consult a gynacologist to confirm that.Online psychiatrist degree 

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