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i have taken 4 home pregnancy tests. all cam negative

i have taken 4 home pregnancy tests. all cam negative. last one was today (11 march i took). as all the tests are negative what do u think should i worry about pregnancy. can i be sure that i am not pregnant from 4 home pregnancy tests. till now i have not got my periods what should i do? i read that it is side-effect of i-pill.is it true?

I had last periods on 15 jan then i took i-pill on 25 jan. then i got bleeding on 1feb (was this my periods?)... please help
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replied March 12th, 2013
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Just to get everything clear...

You've had unprotected sex, then purchased the iPill to stop a pregnancy occurring. (Presumably the drug store didn't give you a proper run down on what to expect..?)

Six days later you had bleeding, and you've taken 4 pregnancy tests, all negative.

By the sounds of it, you're not pregnant. Home pregnancy kits these days are pretty much as good as it gets.
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replied March 12th, 2013
ya it is correct... i thought precum may cause a prob.. actually the condom when we saw was removed and he didn't ejacuate till that time...

ya 4 preg tests i have taken all were -ive... i had sex on 25 jan and now its 12 march... i had only some bleeding (maybe periods) on 1 feb
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replied March 12th, 2013
leonard31415 wrote:
Just to get everything clear...

You've had unprotected sex, then purchased the iPill to stop a pregnancy occurring. (Presumably the drug store didn't give you a proper run down on what to expect..?)

Six days later you had bleeding, and you've taken 4 pregnancy tests, all negative.

By the sounds of it, you're not pregnant. Home pregnancy kits these days are pretty much as good as it gets.

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replied March 12th, 2013
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Modern pregnancy tests can often tell if you are pregnant within a few days (or less, depending on the brand/etc).

So, if it's now over 1 month since you had unprotected sex, and the tests are still saying NEGATIVE - you are safe.

Sperm can live inside the vagina/womb/etc for about 1 week, so there's no risk now.

On one occasion early on with a girlfriend, the condom broke, so we went together to the doctor, and she was given the Morning After Pill. After that, she went on the normal contraceptive pill.

Given the stress this has caused you, I'd suggest looking into longer term contraception too... Don't just assume it has to be "the pill" - there are other options available these days too. Ask your doctor.
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