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Hello! My last period started Dec. 31st ended January 5th and I had sex January 18th and I haven't had my period at all. Could I be pregnant? Please answer asap I'm really scared.
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603463 tn?1220630455
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Hi!
If you were my patient, I would advise you that if your last period was December 31st your next one should have been around the 28th +/- of January.  You are quite late.  I would definitely suggest a pregnancy test.
Planned Parenthood is an excellent facility to perform pregnancy tests and give advice on options.
Good luck!
Dr B
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Omg mines was the exact dates when I got it and how long it lasted, it's a possibility because I conceived around the time u had sex...since it's already way into February you should take a test and see...good luck!
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Hi, i got my period somewhere first week of february 2014 and ended around feb 21ish we did sexual intercourse but in both ways meaning with and without condoms on february 25. Today i'm slight feeling scared. I don't want to assume that i am pregnant vs over stress. I can not be pregnant yet due to personal issues of family sides. My boyfriend an i are very worried about it that he suggested that i should take the medicine of plan b. What should i do?! Please help me asap!
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Pls recommend me best obygyne bcoz husband and i want a baby ..i have an obygyne but i dont satisfied with them.. ppls pls i dont know wat to do thanks
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