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I'm still worried if I'm pregnant

I will try and cut along story short here!
Me and my partner have been together for 5 years. Back in March this year I got the contraceptive implant as I couldn't use the pill anymore due to miigraines. I then had issues with my period so they put me on a pop pill called micronor to help with the bleeding. 6 days into taking the pill also we had intercourse (end of June this year) and we didn't use condom but he didn't finish in me. I know the pill takes about 7 days to take affect but my implant had been in a while then?

Anyway since then we have abstained due to my ill health and anxiety. These past 2 weeks I have been so worried I'm pregnant, bought some cheap stipe tests off eBay and they come up negative but I kept worrying and felt like my tummy was bigger (my partner says it's not) so I bought clearblue digital and that was negative too. I took that this weeks so that's 17 weeks since we last had intercourse. I'm so worried I'm pregnant though, I really don't want to be right now. But please be honest with me guys, from my description what would you say? It's just that I heard the levels that hpt measure drop at some point
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Your Hcg levels don't level off until somewhere around 20weeks and even then they don't drop to where a hpt won't catch it. I would say most likely not pregnant but for peace of mind just ask your dr for a blood test. They catch any level of Hcg.. Best of luck
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I would say not pregnant but if its still worring you Dr can do tests and double check
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Thank you. Just haven't been well at all recently. Found out I'm anaemic and had a chest injection for the last two weeks so hoping that's why I ache and feel sick!
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