I am three months late from an otherwise regular menstrual cycle. I have taken over 4 home pregnancy tests over this course of time, one test when I went for a military physical before swearing in, and recently (within the last month) I took a blood test at my local Bread and Roses. None of these were positive. Is there ANY chance of me still being pregnant? What are your recommendations for my next action? Should I test again? Are ultrasounds available to me in this predicament anywhere? I am not on any birth control or other medications. I have not been nauseous or anything, and my stomach might be firmer, but it's so very hard to tell when you're worried about it to this extent. All I can say at this point is...Help, please? I'm 17 and leaving for the Air Force within a couple of months, graduating soon, working often, and generally worried about life. And now this. I would like to chalk the lateness up to stress but it's difficult to do when you're this anxious. View Thread
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