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I have a history of irregular menstrual cycles and have been sexually active without protection recently I went for more than two months with no period is there a chance I could be pregnant even though tests a month ago came out negative?
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Dr. Shalabh Bansal
Pediatrics
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In brief: Yes
For any female, the number one cause of consistently missing menstruation is pregnancy.
You can either take a otc urine pregnancy test or go to your physician's to be tested. If not pregnant, please see your gyn in order to evaluate causes for such irregular cycles.

In brief: Yes
For any female, the number one cause of consistently missing menstruation is pregnancy.
You can either take a otc urine pregnancy test or go to your physician's to be tested. If not pregnant, please see your gyn in order to evaluate causes for such irregular cycles.
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