Could I be pregnant? Almost two weeks late and two pregnancy tests are negative
So, I am on YAZ Birth Control and have been for over 9 months now. I always take my pill on time, the latest I have ever been is about 2 hours. This month I have been pretty bad about taking it at 9 p.m. every single night. Also,I forgot to take my pill one night, and I took it at 12 the next day, and then took the normal one at the right time. I have not had sex since I took the pill late, because I was worried they would be ineffective. Now, I had sex with my boyfriend about a week before this happened and he pulled out. I had not had sex with him since my last period. Now, my period is late. I took a pregnancy test first thing in the morning when I was 7 days late, and then again at 11 days late. I am really stressing myself out at the possibility of being pregnant. Is there any chance that I am pregnant? I am not feeling any different symptoms, I feel fine. Any advice is appreciated.
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