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By Keisha lee
 
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Keisha lee

well i had my period on time but it wasn't as heavy as it use to be i assume its because i recently started aving sex plus i had normal cramps but after some weeks passes i started aving cramps in my lower abdomen and on my left side started aving upset stomach but not all the time. 1 morning i left to go to work so i had to purchase breakfast on d out side but wen i arrived i could not handle the smell i felt like throwing up the last time i had sex was November 1 2013 since then i havent had any sex i took 2 pregnancy test but they were negative so im a bit puzzled

December 1, 2013 - 6:29pm
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Anonymous (reply to Keisha lee)

Hi Keisha, 

If the pregnancy test were negative, then is unlikely you are pregnant.  But, if you still feel you might be pregnant. It might be good to see your OBGYN just to confirm if you are not pregnant. 

Best,

Daisy

 

December 2, 2013 - 6:47am
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Anonymous

Hi Keisha lee,

Welcome to EmpowHER. One of the first signs of pregnancy is experiencing a missed period, along with light bleeding or spotting and cramps.  Breast tenderness can also be part of the symptoms, due to hormonal changes. But, you can confirm if you are pregnant with a pregnancy test or by seeing your doctor for blood work. 

Hope this was helpful?

Best,

Daisy

December 1, 2013 - 3:27pm
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