Hi , I'm China I'm 20 years old & NEVER had a late period in my life. My Period was Due on September 3, 2012 and today is now the 12th of September and it still hasn't come ; all i have been wanting to drink is ice water and i taken two home pregnancy test which both came out negative. i took one 2days after my period didn't come which was on the 5th and the other one on the 9th but im curious if its still too early to tell and if the ice and water is messing with the human chorionic gonadotropin. i have to pee alot and im usually always sleepy so this confuses me ; today my lower back began to hurt. Another thing im worried about is that i was put on MS CONTIN and this medicine could affect the baby so if any one thinks im pregnant please help because i wouldn't want to harm my baby.
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