I Had unprotected Sex The Night Before I expected To Have My Period (This Past Monday). It Is Now Two Days Past And I Have Not Had My Period. How Soon Can I Take A Pregnancy Test? I Have Read That You Take It After Your First Missed Period. I've Missed My Period But Is It Too Soon To Take A Pregnancy Test?
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On to day 47 of my cycle. Still no period and still no positive. A little frustrated with my body. I wish I knew what was going on. Feeling very bloated, very gaseous, and experiencing some cramps. View Thread
I don't have a doctor I see regularly here. I just moved and haven't seen a doctor here yet. I haven't seen my previous doctor in about two years. I think it'll be okay though.
I jumped the gun and tested on Friday (just couldn't wait anymore) and it came back negative but that's likely because it was too soon. I'll just have to be patient and wait until end of this week or early next week to test again.View Thread
I am particularly eager to find out and concerned because I am on an anti-convulsant medication that can cause birth defects, cleft palate, etc. if taken during pregnancy. I can't see a neurologist for at least another month and am debating whether to stop taking my medication just in case I am pregnant. I'm just trying to make the best decision for my possible baby and myself.View Thread
Thanks for the information. I'm not worried. In fact, I hope that I am pregnant. I'll wait until next week or the following week to take an OTC test. Hopefully the results are positive! I'm so eager to find out!View Thread
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