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I had a negative urine and blood pregnancy test last week, but this week my period is two days late, could I still be pregnant?

It's possible! Take another test! you could have conceived too recently for the tests to show up. Pregnancy test are accurate about two weeks after conception. If it has been at least that long since your last unprotected sex, and you still don't get your period or a positive test, then check with your doctor for other reasons for a late period. Read more...
You tested too soon. You tested before missing a period. That means the tests were not valid. Now that you have missed your period is time to get an accurate and valid answer. Test again. Read more...

I took the morning after pill and later had a blood pregnancy test the test came out negative but my period is almost two weeks late is this normal?

Could be. . If your period doesn't occur in the next two weeks, check a home pregnancy test. The morning after pill may have been taken too late (although it's most effective in the first 48 hours after conception, it can protect for 5 days maximum), or it may have been ineffective. Read more...

I've been off the pill an have missed two periods my last one was sept 23rd. I have gotten a negative blood pregnancy test what should I do now?

Time to see your . Doctor. There are many causes of missed periods, pregnancy being a common one. See this site for more info on this topic and discuss the matter with your doctor. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/amenorrhea/ds00581. Read more...
See your doctor. Sometimes it takes a couple of months for cycles to regulate when coming off the pill. If it has been a couple of months already, then see your doctor to rule out other causes of not having a period. Read more...

Period 3 weeks late, fingered w/ pre-ejaculate 23 days ago. Negative qualitative blood pregnancy test yesterday. Could I be pregnant still?

Home pregnancy tests are very accurate. They are the same tests used in a doctors office. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period.  If you doubt the result you can repeat it in 1-2 days. If you were pregnant the hormone level would rise enough for detection. Read more...
Highly unlikely. Pre-ejaculation fluid, often referred to as "pre-cum", mostly contains no sperm or non-motile (dead) sperm. This fluid is mainly expressed from glands that surround the urethra serving a lubricating function for the ejaculation that follows. However, most men can't fully perceive when pre-cum occurs and on rare occasions, a small amount of ejaculate is released which does contain motile sperm. Read more...

Had a blood pregnancy test taken 2 weeks after sex but before my period was actually due to come. It was negative. I am now late. Could I be pregnant?

Maybe (not) . . . If you follow instructions on label, home pregnancy tests are most accurate 4 or more weeks after your last menstrual period. If test is negative, you can repeat in a week. If you're actively trying to conceive, start taking prenatal vitamins immediately to minimize risk of neural tube defects. Folic acid is not nearly as useful after you find out you're pregnant (as development occurs before). Read more...

This month I started my period a day early but it lasted 2 days. So I went for a blood pregnancy test and it neg. What could it be?

Trust the test. Home pregnancy tests are very accurate. They are the same tests used in a doctors office. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. If you doubt the result you can repeat it in 1-2 days. If you were pregnant the hormone level would rise enough for detection. Read more...

My period is 18 days late, I took a blood pregnancy test at 7 days late and it was negative. What so you think could be?

Pregnancy or..... Pregnancy may be the most common reason. Other reasons include hormone imbalances (polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease, pituitary problems, eating disorders). Sometimes caused by stress, but don't assume that's it. See your doctor. Read more...