Period is 3 days late, had sex with condom & with no known complications. Took two urine pregnancy tests, both were negative. Am I pregnant?

Unlikely. However, just to be sure, if you do not get your period in 3-4 days, please repeat the test. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully.

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Could I be pregnant? My period is five days late. I did have sex but I used a condom that did not break and he pulled out before he even came in the condom. I took two pregnancy tests both were negative. I just started school and have been stressed for a

Yes . Yes and yes. If your internal stress levels are high enough it can impact when you menstruate. A condom is good protection, but is not a 100% guarantee. You might wish to wait about a week out from the last pregnancy test to repeat it (if your period has not started by then). Read more...
test in 4-5 days. Menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and anovulatory cycle is a common cause. If you miss more than two periods it would be time to see your doctor. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time. You may consider implanted contraceptive or an IUD.
Consult this site.
http://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes.aspx
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I hade protected sex everytime (condom), my period is 3 weeks late, and two home pregnancy tests came back negative. What's this mean?

Not pregnant. From what you described, you are not pregnant. Menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and a usual cause is anovulatory cycle. See this site for more info. http://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes.aspx. Read more...

My boyfriend and I had sex and used a condom and I'm on the pill. My period is two weeks late. Took two pregnancy tests, and are negative. Whats wrong?

Anovulation. Yu've experienced a missed cycle. These are most commonly due to anovulation. This occurs when the ovary fails to release an egg. This alters hormonal levels which disrupts the cycle. Read more...