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Negative pregnancy test. No period. Why is period late?

Did the pregnancy test it was negative didn't get the period also Hi last period start date was nov24.we got transferred to delhi on dec 5th.we are planing for kids .on 24jan i did the pregnancy test but it is there any chance of pregnancy now(as i didnt get my period)?why my period is late ?Please help me
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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the sensitivity of UPT kits(Urinary pregnancy test) is quite high so pregnancy would be highly unlikely in case of a negative test...
i advice to you would be to repeat the pregnancy test since you last tested it on 24th jan and if its still negative then do visit a gynecologist so that he/she can examine you and give explanations for delayed period....
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