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Could I be pregnant?

By Anonymous June 14, 2017 - 1:16pm
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My last period started april 29. I usually have a 31 day cycle (my periods used to be super irregular, but for the past year they have been regular). My husband and I had unprotected intercourse all threw out my O-time. I usually get really bad PMS a week before my period comes; cramping, tender breasts, hunger, ect.. But when the end of May rolled around I didn't have any PMS. On the day of my missed period I took a test, but all I got was a BFN. I figured that my period was right around the corner and tried not to worry about it. It feel like I had a balloon where my uterus is. Feeling it was stretching. On June 4th I started bleeding, a steady drip. No cramp, just the same stretched feeling. It was off and on for a day and a half, I didn't even fill up a pad.. After that I had an on and off brown discharge ( I do get this the last day of my period)for the next 7 days. Accompanied by fatigue, fizziness, headaches, heartburn(which, I never get), a pinching and pulling feeling in my uterus, a bubble feeling where my right ovary should be(uncomfortable, noticeable, but not "real" pain), swollen breasts, and flu like tummy troubles. Also, after I eat I get nauseous. Still not convinced the "bleed" was my period. I usually bleed for 5 days or more. I tested again last night and it looked to be a very faint positive, I tested thia morning and it was another BFN... I am so confused. I do not know what to think.

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