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Delayed periods, negative pregnancy tests, had sex for the first time, no ejaculation inside. What is the cause?

k so I m not sure you can tell me anything that I don t already know but thought I would ask anyways. I slept with this girl and she is not on birth control , she is three weeks late now and has taken three pregnancy tests all showing negative. She took the first two when she was two weeks late and the third a couple of days ago. I wrapped it up of course and didn t even go inside of her regardless I know it is still possible that she is pregnant. She is going for a blood test next week and that will be the true deciding factor I guess. This was also her first time ever having sex, but she says that she never misses her period. She is 18. I think thats all the info I have.
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Hello,
As you have said, it is still possible for pregnancy to happen even without complete penetration. The reasons for the several negative HPTs would be absence of pregnancy, wrong method of conducting the test and improper test kits. Anyway, as she is going to get the blood test, that should decide. Along with the test, it would be better if she can see a gynecologist for a clinical exam and a trans-vaginal sonogram for better clarification of the state. Hope you find this information useful. Take care.
Answered: Tue, 8 Apr 2014
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