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Advice for pregnancy test with late period - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hiim]
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi im two days late on my peroid i took a test yeasterday and it said negative but i still havent come on my peroids are reular normally the 20th
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   A gap of upto 10 days following the normal date is considered a normal variation
Doctor :   As it has been only 2 days you can wait for at least another week.
User :   but if i tooka test would it show up after a day from my missed perod
User :   i didnt use my morning wee either
Doctor :   Yes it will but if you are producing less hormones than usual then it may not show up for some time.
Doctor :   I suggest that you repeat the test after 5 days with an early morning sample.
User :   including these twodaysornt
Doctor :   5 days from now
User :   ok thanks
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