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a week and some days late, could i be pregnant?

By November 16, 2009 - 7:19pm
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I am over a week late from which my period was due. My last period was Oct 13th-Oct 16th Me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex every single day from oct 16th- oct 24th. I havent had alot of preg. symptoms except for tender brest missed period and i get headaches. I took two clear blue digital test one on nov 6th and one on nov 10th but everybody said it was too early (although my period was due around that time).they were both "Not Pregnant" results.(the one on the 6th was mid day urine and the 10th was first morning urine).Im going to get a blood test this friday but I wanted to get a few opinions from people who may have kids and been throught the same or who dont and have had similar issues. thanks in advance =)


**also my periods are ALWAYS regular and i havent been stressing over it if i am thats fine if im not thats fine either way im happy =).

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Thank you for the comment and I will keep you posted =)

November 17, 2009 - 9:03am

Lady K,

Thank you for your post. Based on the information you provided it is very likely that you may be pregnant. You did test a little too early but if you were to take a pregnancy test now you should have accurate results. Pregnancy symptoms vary from person to person and just as you may have a missed period, nausea, and frequent urination another person may have a missed period, tender breasts, and extreme fatigue. Also keep in mind that very early on the most common symptom is simply not getting your period and the rest of the symptoms soon follow.

Your blood test on Friday should confirm or deny your pregnancy suspicions. Please keep us posted.

November 17, 2009 - 6:40am
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