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What do you do if you are on the pill and you normally have your period in the morning but you did not get it until late that night and the next day you took a pregnancy test but it was negative?


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2007-06-03 02:31:06
2007-06-03 02:31:06

I would take one just to be on the safe side. Although I was on birth control for 7 years and it varied from getting it on Tuesday afternoon to Thursday evening. So I really dont think you have much to worry about. When you are on the pill, it is virtually impossible to become pregnant. It hits perhaps one in a thousand women, that can get pregnant while on the pill, if they had intercourse at the proper time during their cycle without protection. <-----------Actually the one in a thousand, is only if you take it correctly, otherwise the accuracy of it working correctly is less than the 99% affective against becoming pregnant. ---------------------------> if it's a normal type period I wouldn't worry, you can start your period anytime during the last week and it's not a problem. Since you took a test and it was negative, you have nothing to worry about. ~pawsalmighty You can still get your period for a month of two after conception, it happened to me my first time becoming pregnant, just wait awhile and take a test.


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no, your period does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test ~pawsalmighty

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