My last period started on October 18th and it is usually very regular. I went out of town for a few weeks on November 3rd, and we had sex quite a bit the four days or so before I left. I was supposed to get my period about a week ago, and I'm showing a lot of symptoms of being pregnant... I pee a lot, I have an upset stomach, my back has hurt for over a week, I have had menstural like cramps for eight days now, but no period. I have been more sensitive to smells, I have had some vaginal discharge that isn't normal. I took a test last night, and it came out negative, but my body feels not normal. Could I be pregnant and I took the test at the wrong time of the day? I just want to know either way... If anyone could help me, please let me know
You could definately be pregnant. Your ovulation time would have been near the 3rd and a missed period is a huge sign. You should have a blood test or take an hpt in the morning with your first morning pee. Good luck!
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