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Yes when i was pregnant before but im on the pill and you used a condom and took a home pregnancy test that came out negative should you be worried?

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2010-03-04 15:36:09
2010-03-04 15:36:09

I'd be worried if you remained on the pill if you were pregnant.

But if you are one the pill and a condom is in use, then 99.9% of the time you wouldn't get pregnant.

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