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Faintly negative test for pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I had sex with a girl about 3 weeks ago, we did not use a condom but she was on the pill, but she was also taking amoxicillin at this point
Doctor :   Ok
User :   now she is about a week late for her period, she took a pregnancy test and it was a faint negative... based on the circumstances what are the chances she is pregnant, obviuosly this is not somthing we where trying to acheive
User :   The sex was only for about 30 seconds, before we thought better of it and I did not get off, nor was I close
Doctor :   Amoxcillin can interact with the pill and can reduce the effectivity of the birth pill.
Doctor :   The time of sexual intercourse does not matter in any way.
Doctor :   If there was ovulation and if there had been fertilisation of the ova, there can be chances of pregnancy.
Doctor :   Though I cannot predict the chances exactly.
Doctor :   Since she has symptoms and the pregnancy test shows a faint line, there are high chances that she may be pregnant.
Doctor :   Have you followed with what I am saying?
User :   yes
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