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It's possible that the Zoloft could have interfered with the regular timing of your period. It's also possible that you had a period last month and forgot about it.
Pregnancy tests are pretty accurate, especially if you test at least a week after an expected period failed to arrive. That time give the pregnancy hormone hCG plenty of time to increase to a level the pregnancy test can detect.
You could also go to your doctor or a clinic for a blood pregnancy test to make absolutely sure you aren't pregnant. That is probably the best bet, since a decision has to be made about continuing antidepressants during pregnancy. Risk to the fetus has to be balanced against benefit to the mother.
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