A 22-year-old female asked:
Got off birth control the 9th of march, ovulated the 1st of april. all negitive pregnancy test so far and not period. ideas?
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Dr. Christina Adberganswered
Gynecology 28 years experience
Check back tomorrow: The normal luteal phase is 14 days. That means you shouldn't expect a period for 2 weeks after ovulation. This phase of your cycle could be off by a day or two in either direction. Second of all, an over the counter pregnancy test may not be accurate until 2 weeks after conception. So either way, it may be too soon to tell. Good luck!
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