I had unprotected sex and once i missed my period i took a home pregnancy test and i came out negative.
I took two more after the weeks passed and still came out negative.
So i went to the clinic so they can do the test and it came out negative once again.
The nurse told me that the day i had sex i was at my highest fertility.
I still havent gotten my period, i need adviceee!
Was the test they gave you at the clinic a blood test or a urine test? if it was a urine test. i would see a doctor for a blood test. if it was a blood test, it's like.. 99% that you're not pregnant as blood test are very accurate.
if you're not pregnant, i would see a doctor, they can give you medication to start your period. Also, if you are not TTC, getting on some form of birth control would be good.
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