Hello! I didn't know that I was getting pregnant so I took a single dose of albendazol 400mg(20-24 sep) when I was 3.5 weeks (30 day cycle)of pregnant.last period was 27 august 2018. now took a home PG test and its positive.what to do?is there any risk?
My period starts september 13 and lasted september 17, 2018. We had unprotected contact last september23, 28 and october 1, 2018. Is there a higher chance or possibility that I'm being pregnant? And I have 32days cycle. Thank you
Hey doc, I’m wondering if I could be pregnant if I had 2 periods since my one sexual encounter? Semen was only ejaculated on me not in me, and the period came late 6 days on day 35 and last month it came 6 late again at 41 days. I only experienced pregnancy symptoms in the first month before they went away, but now 3 months after my sexual encounter my abdomen and breasts are growing and I look 3 months pregnant. I had a negative pregnancy test 2 weeks ago. Help me please?
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