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Could i be pregnant?

By July 17, 2009 - 11:47pm
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I dont normally cramp before i have my period. I had sex on day 15 of my cycle, but he said he pulled out. I am now spotting and cramping, and its still 6 days before my period is due. I am also having sore breasts, exhaustion,mild constapation, headaches, and frequent urination. Could I be pregnant? I took a test, that said negative, but it is probably still to early, since it was a very cheap test!

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Hi, i had sex intercourse with my fiance on 18th June which is 3 days after my period finish. We had unprotected sex but we were careful that time. Now it's already the 17th July and i haven't got my normal period. On the 10th i got a little brownish and normally i will get that during my early stage of getting my period but then it come and go up to this day and now its more like a brownish discharge. I've had tested 4 times yesterday which different brand of the pregnancy test just to be sure and it's all positive. I can't have baby now as i had a tumor removed from my left ovary last year and doctor said it will take max 2 yrs if I'm planning to get baby. I don't know what i should do next. I cant go to my normal doctor as that is our family doctor and my mum will devastated to know if I'm not planning to keep this baby. I'm clueless and i don't know what to do now. Can the pregnancy test be wrong sometimes? Am i really pregnant?

July 16, 2013 - 9:36pm

Yes, i would be happy if I were pregnant!!! I just dont want to get my hopes up. I will definately keep you updated! Thank you fo responding to my question.

July 18, 2009 - 10:21am
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