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Am I having late developing pregnancy as I have missed 2 months periods but pregnancy tests are negative ?

Pregnant or not? anyone can help me? please.. thank you in advance.. Hi, Im started to confused.. I missed my period 2 months ago i had my period last March 19,2011 and ends on March 23,2011 and until today May 22,2011 my period was not came. I have no signs of pregnancy what so ever. and i had un protected sex 3 times it hapenned April 20,27 and 28 and my boy friend flew inside. but when I took a pregnancy test it came out negative also blood test came negative as well.. I consult already my problem to my obgyne doctor and she says some of pregnant was late developed. Now, i just wanted to know if there s a chance that Im getting pregnant like my doctor says maybe its late development? Im not tired or having stress to get my period late or missed I have plenty of time to rest that s why i dont have any idea why i missed my periods? please help me... but wait theres a time i want to slept more than an usual and i get heavy.. is there s any problem? please help me.. thank you so much..
Asked On : Mon, 23 May 2011
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Delayed or missed periods is surely one of the signs of pregnancy but you can miss the periods due to hormonal imbalance ;ovarian cyst;mental stress and anxiety and even anaemia .As the dates you have given you should get your periods by some where around 23 May as then you will complete 2 months.If there is delayed conception or pregnancy which can be then you should wait till around 28th of May and then get the repeat pregnancy test done with first morning urine sample and even blood test for pregnancy to confirm.If that comes negative then probably you are not pregnant and need to consult a Gynaec and get investigated to find the cause of missing periods.If positive again you need the Gynaec for further line of treatment.
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