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You went to the obgyn last monday your cycle is a week late but the hpt was negative what should you do?

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2007-03-15 14:20:40
2007-03-15 14:20:40

Dear Reader; If the period has not come by next monday, go back for a more conclusive test. Some women have hormone levels too low to indicate pregnancy and or the test might not have been done right. Dwight

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