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Could i be pregnant

By Anonymous May 12, 2017 - 4:30pm
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Hello, my period starts 24th-28th of the end of the month and ends at the beginning of the next month 3rd-5th day so during march of 2017 i never got my period, but when i did i got it april 8th-9th of 2017 and it lasted for two days and was heavy. so during march and april ire been having lower back pain, sore breast, bad nausea and headaches and i'm not as hungry as i used to be. and now it's May and my period was late again, i was light pink spotting on wednesday, then thursday and today it got heavy. and my boobs are still sore and my lower back is hurting and i still have bad nausea, and my period is never late and need irregular it's always been light and regular, i don't know what's going on. so please help

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Hi, Anon.

Thank you for writing to us.

Having your period, even if it's late, indicates you are not pregnant. If you are still concerned, you can always test for pregnancy. Home pregnancy tests are accurate 14-21 days after sex. You may want to discuss your cycle's irregularity with your doctor if it continues.


May 13, 2017 - 4:27am
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Anonymous (reply to Helena)

okay i wanted to make sure, i was pregnant before but i had a miscarriage, and i thought i was having pregnancy symptoms again, sore breast, really bad nausea and dizziness like i get shakey, and my lower back hurts and headaches and fatigue. but what could be causing all that and multiple late periods, like the lengths. last month i only bled for two days and now this month is different. i'm sorry for a lot of questions, i was hoping i was.

May 13, 2017 - 10:23am
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