Mostly my periods comes 20-22 every month but it is 30 March my period didn't come yet even we have unprotected sex in February and March. Today morning I tested it was negative. Should I wait for periods or consult with my doctor 🏥.
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congratulations. you don't have covid. but seriously tho: if you are pregnant, then a doctor can't really do anything about it anyways. periods can sometimes come a bit later. most test only indicate positive pregnancy like 20 days after conception. if you're really scared, just go to a doctor and get it cleared up.0
Well, it's possible it's a false negative. It's possible that the pregnancy hormones haven't built up enough to be detected.
If it was me, I'd wait it out some more but this seems to be weighing heavy on your mind. So, why don't you just make an appointment with your Dr? That way you'll know one way or the other and can stop wondering.10
are you 2 weeks late for your period? only if you're 2 weeks late you should test. personally i think you're not pregnant. and even if you were, too early to tell.0
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Take another tear, then schedule a blood test if it is negative again. Late or skipped periods can be more than just pregnancy. You stressing out is probably making it worse. Good luck0
It’s negative, but you could be pregnant and it’s too early to tell on a test or a bad test. Buy clearblue and try again.0
Yes it is... but this is not always right measurement of pregnancy. Go for a lab test.0
According to the test, the condition looks negative. i think wait a little longer0
Yes it’s negative! But consider talking to your Doctor of you miss periods by 15 days. Also stay hydrated0
Seems like it if one line means negative0
looks that way. consult your doctor.0
YES IT'S NEGATIVE ONLY0
What does the directions say?0
looks like a covid test10
No, it’s positive.0
Schedule an appointment with your doctor so they can determine the cause of your amenorrhea. Make sure you stick with your treatment plan and attend all follow-up appointments.
Always contact your doctor if your condition doesn’t improve with medical treatments or lifestyle modifications.
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