i'm 5 weeks late and got a negative result on a cheap pregnancy is it a reliable answer
i missed my depo- provera injection 5 weeks ago now
No test like that is 100% reliable. You should see a doctor and get a blood test. That is the only thing that is really reliable. Best of luck.
believe it or not your answer is yes it is reliable..but a blood test is the best way to tell.. considering you could be i would go to the health department like now
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