I had sex 3 days before my periods, I took a MAP that very night. I also got my periods after 3 days. However my next periods are delayed by 2 weeks. I took 3 pregnancy tests (urine) after 13 days of my missed periods. What are the chances that I'm pregnant?
A clinical examination is important for determining the exact cause of your symptoms. A week before and a week after periods is considered as safe period and the chances of conceiving are very less if you have sex during this time. Serum HCG determination is more specific test for confirming pregnancy. Increased stress, eating disorders, poor nutrition, over exercise, significant weight gain or loss are few common causes of irregular periods. Few conditions like ovulation disorders, thyroid dysfunction and hormonal fluctuations can also lead to irregular periods. Consult a gynecologist and get your doubts clarified.
Best luck and take care!
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