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i had a pregnancy test but i am not still relaxed

By March 26, 2011 - 10:39pm
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i had sex with my boyfriend on the 6th of march,and i saw my last period on the 25th of febuary,since then there's been no sex.i expected to see my period on the 26th of march and i didn't so i took a test since it's more than two weeks and it was a urine test. i tested negative,but i still haven't seen my period and i've also been having slight pains in my breast. please can you tell me what to do?

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i know where you are comeing from am going throw it now ...

September 27, 2011 - 12:10am
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i have 3 children and i took a test every week and i didnt show up on one until i was 8 weeks with my daughter and 9.5 weeks with my oldest son and 6.5 weeks with my youngest son so it does not always show up so early for me i can test every day with all kinds of test and if i dont get a blood test then i wont know until at least 6 weeks of pregnancy

September 6, 2011 - 6:29pm
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Hi achiever2012,
Thank you for your question and welcome to EmpowHer. I think, at this point, you have done everything that you can do. Pregnancy tests are pretty accurate and perhaps your period is delayed or missing due to stress of possible pregnancy.

You explained that you are experiencing breast tenderness and this is a symptom of either pre-menstrual or pregnancy as they tend to mimic each other. Wait another week, and if you still have not had a period, take another pregnancy test. Waiting is usually the hardest part. I hope this helps and please keep us updated next week.

Good Luck,

March 27, 2011 - 10:33am
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