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Am I pregnant or just normal pms symtoms?

By October 13, 2011 - 11:42am
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Exactly 27th of September when i woke up i had some spotting on my panties and i thought my period came earlier so i got some pads and all that stuff but it was just for a moment and it stopped and then it was a bit of brownish at the end i thought it was just because of stress... later that afternoon it was the first time i visited my boyfriend and we had some sexual encounters but since we didn't have it planned or anything we had no protection, we got scared about it so we stopped doing it and it's like he didn't finish inside of me and it was just inside and out and that was it .. but now we are scared because i still haven't got my period. my last period was arount the 6th or 10th of September (i dont know how i forgot the exact date) and it always lasts 34 days for it to arrive again. so it was supposedly to come the 10th. I felt a little bloated like two days ago but now it's gone my stomach is flat and I get the feeling like im getting my period, i feel some pains sometimes and then they are gone, it feels funny sometimes like if im getting it; the white discharges are already gone and whenever i look for some pregnancy or pms symptoms they are the same and sometimes i even think it's an ovarian cyst.

what are the chances of being pregnant? or are my symptoms ok of getting my period soon?


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Try to relax. All you can do is wait. If your period is late, by at least a week, then take a home pregnancy test. That is the only way to know if you are pregnant.

October 13, 2011 - 3:59pm
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