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Had protected sex. Pregnancy test negative. Bloated stomach, gaining weight. Pregnant?

I m 17 years old & I m really scared right now ... I had sex with protection last feb 7 but then I wanted to make sure to I went to see my doctor for ep but she didn t give me one because she said it unnecessary if my last period was jan 19 then she counted the days. Then. The next day I got my period it was a relief. But on feb 13 I was in ER for some other reason & they also tested me & it was negative. But now my period date passed & I still haven t got it & my pee routine changed & my tummy is bloated & I m gaining weight. Its either I m getting fat or I m pregnant. MY QUESTION IS, IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET PREGNANT AFTER THOSE TEST ON THAT PERIOD OF TIME ???(btw I didn t had any intercourse after that)
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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thank you for using health care magic,
once you get your normal period you cant be pregnant.. but if you want to be sure take confirmatory test like beta hcg level of blood or ultrasound.. it will give you absolute results..
periods can be delayed because of many reason other than preganancy like stress hormonal imbalance , exercise dont worry..
take care..
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