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Possibility of pregnancy from precum - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hello I'm haven't gotten my period this month. I had a negative test from Planned parent hood, and the only way I could be pregnant would be from precum going through one layer of clothing. Do you know what is wrong?
Doctor :   yes it could be
Doctor :   single drop of semen or single sperm is enough to make some one pregnant
Doctor :   when was ur last periods
Doctor :   and when is it due
User :   But I have taken several home pregnacy tests and one at Planned parent hood. And it was negative
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   For Health purposes please provide your Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status, Height and Weight, Waist Circumfrence.
User :   My last period started Feb. 4 and it was due the week of March 14
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   delay of 3- 5 days can be some time due to stress
Doctor :   as well

Doctor :   hi
User :   Hi sorry took so long
Doctor :   thats fine
User :   Is there any more information you would like?
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   For Health purposes please provide your Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status, Height and Weight, Waist Circumfrence.
User :   19, female, United STates, COllege student, single, 5'5", 190 lbs., and I dont know my weight circumfrence
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   if the periods are missed , then apart from pregnancy, it could due to stress
Doctor :   illness
Doctor :   change in schedules if ur working in shifts, change in medications, being overweight, being underweight
Doctor :   all these will cause the periods to be missed
Doctor :   since ur pregnancy test is negative
Doctor :   ur unlikely to be pregnant
Doctor :   but one remote chance is if have ectopic pregnancy, then tests can be negative in initial part
User :   How accurate is a urine test for pregnancy? Maybe I should take a blood test?
Doctor :   a ultrasound scan will reveal
Doctor :   it is fairly accurate
User :   How would I discover if it is ectopic?
Doctor :   blood tests along with ultrasound and clinical examination
Doctor :   will be able to tell you if ur pregnant
User :   What are the signs of one?
Doctor :   same thing would be for ectopic pregnany
Doctor :   abdominal pain
Doctor :   bleeding per vagina
User :   I had spotting March 5 and March 12 but never got my period.
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   ur periods are due on march 14 th rite
User :   Yes
Doctor :   i think it is more due to stress ur periods are delayed
Doctor :   if ur in doubt please do consult a gynecologist
User :   That could be possible.
Doctor :   yes ectopic pregnancy is rare
User :   I have a doctor's appointment for Monday but all they want to do is another urine test.
Doctor :   cheer up, i guess ur stressed out
Doctor :   everything will be fine
User :   Ok. Thank you very much
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   ur welcome
Doctor :   have a nice day
Doctor :   keep smiling
User :   One last question: how long can stress prolong a period?
Doctor :   stress will lead to hormonal imbalance
Doctor :   this lead to abnormal periods
User :   ok. thank you very much. have a nice day
Doctor :   u too
Doctor :   keep smiling
Doctor :   bye for now
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