Hi my husband and I want to have a baby and we were trying for same time. I have school so we set the day that we want to have the baby so I had my period on 11/11/11 and it was not normal because I was bleeding until 11/23/11 and we counted the day and we tried on the 25 and so forth and the next month I missed my period so I took home pregnancy test on 12/8/11 and it came out negative and I took another one on 12/12/11 and that came out negative as well and I was feeling really pregnant. I did another pregnancy test on 12/22/11 and that came back negative as well and I went to the Dr and it was positive and my husband think that I got pregnant after I missed my period even though we used the pull out method. please help me understand how is that work because we had sex on the 12/12/11 and we had the pull out method and I did the test on 12/22/11 at the dr office so did I get pregnant before and the test didn't show or did I get pregnant for the one time we had sex and used pull out method?View Thread
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