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If you have pregnancy symptoms but got your period later and took medication but think you might be pregnant what should I do?


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2015-07-15 18:56:27
2015-07-15 18:56:27

Go and get a pregnancy test. Sometimes when you are pregnant, you still get bleeding (implantation bleeding) which can be mistaken for a light period. The home pregnancy tests are 99.9% accurate. If you are still not convinced, go to the doctor and have them run a pregnancy test. It will put your mind at ease. Make sure you ask the doctor when you are being prescribed medications if they are safe to take during pregnancy, even if you are not 100% sure you are pregnant.

I wouldn't even be raising the question, I'd be straight to the doctors.

Some women experience a "first" period during pregnancy, while others have experienced a period the entire nine months. I would suggest just taking a pregnancy test to know for sure.


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Well, since you have had ALL the pregnancy symptoms and no period, you could be pregnant! But since your home pregnancy test was negative you couldn't be pregnant. You may want to go to your doctor and ask him if you are pregnant.

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