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i had first time sex, preg test negative, what to do ?

I had sex for the first time, and then got my period the next day, but it was a week early. I had bleeding for 5 days which is normal for my period. Usually my cycle was every 28 days, and since I had sex, it became every 21 days for 3 months straight. However, I was supposed to get it last week and this would have been 21 days, but I didn't. I figured it was going back to normal. However, I am now 1 day late with my period and very nervous if I could be pregnant. I took a pregnancy test about a month ago and it was negative. When I had sex, he used a condom and pulled out. When he removed the condom, it did not appear to be leaking or anything. Please help. Should I be concerned about pregnancy? 

Asked On : Sat, 2 Jan 2010
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Hi.. Irregularity in the periods can occur because of multiple problems which can be due to prenancy or due to extra stressors too.. It could also be because of any contraceptive pill (plan B too) if you have used any... If your are very concerned about pregnancy then you could repeat the urine pregnancy test or the blood test for pregnancy..  All the best...

Answered: Sun, 3 Jan 2010
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