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Speaking of Amazon, I bought a huge pack of cheap pregnancy tests from them when I had a Mirena because I was paranoid it wouldn't work or that I'd get an ectopic pregnancy. They're the strips they use at the doctor's office, without the big plastic thingy around them like the ones they sell for way too much money at the drug store. Work just as well despite costing pennies apiece.
Anybody who needs one, I don't mind sticking some in the mail. Just dm me your address. Or if you want 25 of your own for less than $8, here they are: [link]
So if you want to be sure you arent pregnant. You can buy a bulk pack of dip stick pregnancy test on Amazon. They are like less than 20 dollars and are usually what drs offices use. My OBGYN reccomends those ones or the dollar store tests.
Have you looked into other forms of birth control that might ease your mind? I know what this feels like and the anxiety sucks but if you are using your pill perfectly then you probably dont have much to worry about.The dipstick pregnancy test are a cost effective way to ease your mind.
Test again.... You can get a pack of 25 tests on Amazon for $7.... Test to your hearts content
AccuMed 25-Count Pregnancy (HCG) Test Strips, Clear and Accurate Results, FDA Approved and Over 99% Accurate [link]
Do you have friends nearby that could maybe get you some from the store and sneak them to you? You can get pregnancy tests that are just a little strip of paper instead of the bulky plastic thing. [link]
Maybe if your boyfriend mailed you a letter with some strip tests in it it wouldn't be suspicious?
stress can delay ovulation, but it can't delay a period further. the luteal phase is always 14 days.
I'd recommend just buying a pack like this (which is what the doctor's office uses) so you can take a test whenever you feel unsure.
You can trust a negative result (for a test taken correctly, with first morning pee) 21 days after the unprotected sex. Buy a bunch of dollar store tests or a pack like this (which is what they use at the doctor's office).
The only difference is the sensitivity, the cheaper tests won't catch early pregnancies as well as some of the fancier ones, but if your far enough along (6+ weeks) then it doesn't really matter.
However, you can buy some off Amazon super cheap: [link]
$8 for 25 test strips, there are also some ovulation tests you can get to help track your cycle.
It sounds like there was little risk of pregnancy. If you want to be totally sure, you can take and trust the results of a test 21 days later. No need to buy a $20 test—you can get them at the dollar store or online for a few dollars. You may want to buy a pack so you can test monthly and keep your mind at ease. Something like this is a good option (and is what they use at a doctor’s office). AccuMed Pregnancy Test Strips, 25-Count Individually Wrapped Pregnancy Strips, Early Home Detection Pregnancy Test Kit, Clear HCG Test Results, Over 99% Accurate [link]
It is tempting to fall into a spiral of looking on the internet to try to figure out how likely it is that a BC mistake resulted in pregnancy...but while you can get an idea of how at risk you are, you're never going to know for sure. Wondering if you're pregnant on the internet is a nightmare because just about anything can be a symptom of pregnancy and every website/thread is going to list something you've experienced as a possible indicator. To echo what some other folks have said:
(1) If you can afford it, take a test, test again every few days. (You can get a jumbo pack of tests on Amazon) and when it's been a few weeks since your last unprotected incident, go to a doctor to get tested and talk to her about #2.
(2) Look into methods you can remember. The mini-pill is one of the easiest to screw up as you've got to be really diligent about taking it on time. Consider an implant, shot, patch, or IUD.
(3) If your boyfriend is "hardheaded" and won't use condoms when you need a backup BC method, dump his ass. Unless you're both ready to be parents and emotionally and financially support a child, then you both need to be invested in making birth control work. Also, this is red flag city.
I don't get periods either. Personally, I've grown mostly used to my body so for the most part I don't ever worry that I might be pregnant. However, I bought a pack of cheap pregnancy strips on Amazon. Mine aren't available, but these have good reviews. I would also recommend buying, like, disposable punch cups for sampling. That makes it easier.
Eso. Comprate un test y listo.
Si sale dudoso o positivo, al médico directo.
Y yo recomiendo que compres en bulk en amazon o ebay algo así: [link]
Valen dos mangos, y evitás dudas o dolores de cabeza. Cómo salen tan baratos, puede hacerse uno cada 15 días y todos tranquilos.
No problem! Maybe. She can test a day or two her period is due to find out. Planned parenthood would insert the IUD/nexplanon while she’s on her period and have her do a test, and if she went the pill route they’d have her start at a certain time in her cycle.
Read up on a woman’s menstrual and ovulation cycle in order to educate yourself a bit. There’s a small window in a woman’s cycle where she can get pregnant, but tracking ovulation can be tricky (and thus, the fertile window is larger and there’s more room for error).
If you want to test to relieve anxiety, here’s some cheap ones you can buy in bulk.
AccuMed Pregnancy Test Strips, 25-Count Individually Wrapped Pregnancy Strips, Early Home Detection Pregnancy Test Kit, Clear HCG Test Results, FDA Approved and Over 99% Accurate [link]
The cheapest pregnancy tests I’ve found are on Amazon. $8 for 25 when the in store price is usually $8 for 2!
For US folks - I've had really good (is that the right word here?) luck with these. I was still getting a line when my beta was at 8, even though I wanted that little shit gone at that point. And no indents or evaps to speak of:
Usually people here buy bulk test strips like these!
You can get 25 test strips via Amazon Prime for $8.
Those are sold in bulk on amazon for dirt cheap. Just an FYI for you all.
They are super accurate and easy to read and 25 of them for just like $9 or 50 for $12.
It's really not expensive at all. You can buy them in bulk for very cheap on amazon. The expensive ones in the store are all just extra plastic and marketing.
You can get them on amazon even cheaper. $8 for 25 tests!
got mine on amazon too :)