Okay so i am not to sure if i am pregnant or not. I havent had my perios (periods) since september. I had it sep. but after that havent got it yet. My period is irregular but i have never gone this long without a period. My breats are so tender and they hurt alot. They have gotten harder and they have grown a lil bit. I want to eat all the time. I have alot of discharge which is not normal for me. I get nausea at random times of the day. I don't know what to do. I might be and i feel like i am. My stomach has gotten bigger and i have gained weight(i think). Someone please help me. I have takin 3 pregnancy tests since october but i havent takin one in about a month or so. All the tests came out negative. I have had cravings for the weirdest things. Like bbq sauce on my pizza. Can someone please help me. I need as many peoples advice as i can get!! :)
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