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If it has been 19 days since you think you got pregnant would you be able to take a home pregnancy test and could it still be a false negative?

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2005-09-09 04:51:42
2005-09-09 04:51:42

If you are pregnant, the test will be over ninety-nine percent accurate after a few days.

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