I miss my period in July 2015. My last period was in June 2015. I didnt realize that I missed my period in July until the ladies were chatting about that they just finish having their period. Well , the month of July was almost over. Before it was almost over , my breast were sore including my nipples for a week or 2, i think. Dont really recall. Then it stopped. I thought i was gonna be on my period. Went to pee. When i wiped down there in my private area , i get this very light pink. I didnt think of it much. Just thought i was starting my period. I wore a pad , woke up the next day , check, the pad had nothing. The 2-3 day , check , no period. Then finally last week of july. I took a pregnancy test i got from dollar store , took it on july 31st , got a negative result. I waited. Then August came , i feel very tired. I already start feeling tire in july. Buy i didnt think much of it. Anyways, i miss my period in July. So i waited & took 2 more test during the 2nd week of August 2015. Both came negative. I waited. The 3rd week I bought a first response preg test , use one , came back negative. I then give up. Although i still have one more preg test stick from the first response box. It came with 2. Anyways , I give up. August is over in 1 day. Im still not getting my period. At work , I have to carry heavy boxes & lift things that are heavy. This month, ive been getting mild cramps on my lower stomach & lower backache for carrying heavy things . & Even when im,not doing,anything. I still get mild cramps a little here & there with lower backache. I feel weird inside my body. But since my test are,negative & my tummy is still the same for 2 months now. I dont want to think i am pregnant. But if i am i would be so thankful & bless. Any of you ladies experience the same & got a positive result afterwards ? Any advices ? Share with me. Thank you ladies (:
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