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How far pregnant can you be and still get a negative on the test if you have periods every 3 to 4 months while not using protection?

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2005-12-07 02:21:20
2005-12-07 02:21:20

I was 2 months pregnant when I started getting faint positives. So about 8 weeks into your pregnancy.

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If you have had your periods and a negative result, it is unlikely that you are pregnant

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It means you are pregnant or you have an eating disorder

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It depends... how old are you? And how long ago did you start?


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