Period late, sudden spotting, tender breasts, blurred vision, and dizzy spells. help?
My periods are pretty regular, my fiance's mother and I start on the same day every month. My last period started the 18th of february. Today I noticed brown spotting, my flow is typically heavy from start to finish, I've only used 3 pads today. My boobs are tender, my stomach cramps up when I lay a certain way, when I stand up I get dizzy and my vision gets blurry, during the day I get extremely exhausted by just walking out to get the mail.... My fiance and I have had unprotected sex about 9 times in the past month.... I've taken a HPT but it was negative....
My fiance gets deployed for Afghan in September, I don't want to go to the doctor's just yet and freak him out.....
Does it sound like I could be pregnant?
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