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not pregnant no period
I just got 39. I never missed my period. Dec 3, I had my last period. Dec 24 I had unprotected sex. Jan 1, I had just spotted very  light which I thought i'm getting my perid because I feel I'm getting my period. I had three days very strong headache and also sleepiness before jan 2. I took one pregnancy test on  jan 2 and it shows negative. I don't feel I'm pregnant. No symptoms. I don't have any child. any comment?
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Have there been any other changes to your daily routine recently? E.g. has there been any new stress in your life? Have you been eating/drinking a normal amount? Have you had any large weight gain or loss? Otherwise have you noticed any changes to your health?

It is not uncommon for women to miss a month or so every once in a while. However, due to the recent unprotective sex I would recommend you go see your family physician in the next couple of days for them to do a more thorough evaluation.
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I think you should repeat pregnancy test after 7-10 days of overdue before that u may have false negative results. If still negative by that time & no periods u have two options: u may wait for some time for periods to come naturally or if u have any other symptoms (e.g. pain ) or if u r very concerned, u may go to a Dr for checking your hormone profile and doing a pelvic scan to sort out the truth. Best wishes.
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