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MIssed Period - Negative HPT - Advice Please

Here is a little bit of background.

I am 24 years old. I have always had regular period. Every 28-32 days. (Usually though ever 28 days like clock work)

I was previously on NuvaRing. I have not been on NuvaRIng since January of 2013

On Feburary 22nd I had a normal menstruation.
I had sex around March 6th, I have not had sex since this day.
2 weeks later I had another period.
1 week later I had yet another period.

I then had a period about 3-4 weeks later

This was the last time I menstruated. It has been 60 days since I last menstruated.
I have taken 2 HPT about 2 weeks ago and were both negative.

I am worried about what might be going on with my body. I have never missed a period (except for when I was pregnant with my, now 4 year old, son.  

I have heard that women don't always produce enough of the hormone to signal a positive HPT. But i would already be 18 weeks along.

Could I be pregnant?? After having 3 (somewhat erratic) period since the last time I menstruated? Could it be something else??

Please don't comment and tell me to see a doctor. I know that I should see a doctor, and I will as soon as I can, but I can't go to the doctor as I currently have no insurance.
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When I got off birth control, it took my body 3 months to get back to a normal cycle... Could be that?
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I was on the ring also and I had the same symptoms the Dr told me it your body way of getting back to normal
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