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Date of last update: 10/14/2017.
Forum Name: Obstetrics
Question: To Be or Not to be Pregnant....
|LoveOurKids - Mon Oct 24, 2005 4:33 pm||
I stopped birth control pills 6 months ago. Have been on a 21 day cycle since then - like clockwork - no delays! LMP 9/27/05 with ovulation test indicating ovulation on 10/08/05. Active sexually between 10/6 and 10/10. Period should have started on 10/17/05. No menses to date. Quantitative blood test on 10/24/05 reflects HCG level of 5 and result of "inconclusive". Can you provide some insight as to what may be going on? I am 40 years old, have had 2 previous miscarriages and 2 live births (8 and 9 yr olds). History of low progesterone issues during pregnancies requiring suppository, oral and injection supplements during 1st, 2nd and early 3rd trimester to maintain pregnancy. Thank you for your time, effort and your dedication to your field in giving freely of your time to help people such as myself! :)
|brat7115 - Mon Oct 24, 2005 8:41 pm||
I hadn't had sex for 3 years. Then, my period was 3 days late and I had unprotected sex twice that night. My period is now 16 days late. I took a urine test at the doctor's office 7 days after having sex, but it came up negative. Is it possible that I could be pregnant even though I was already late when I had sex?
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