I'm wondering wether or not I might be pregnant.
About 2 months ago I missed couple of days of my birth control. I have never had a late period before, but my last period was about 1 week late and now this period is almost 3 weeks late. I have taken 5 home pregnancy tests, last one was today, they were all negative. I have done weird symptoms...hungry more often, have to pee more often than usual, I've been feeling very tired lately and now my body is aching, I also feel some cramping in my lower stomach, but haven't got anything, not even spotting. I'm size small and had pretty steady weight for a while, but I gained about 4-5 pounds in the last month...I have never been pregnant, and my husband is my second partner at all. I have doctor's appoinent in a week and a half, but I'm tired of guessing and worrying...Could my symptoms relate to something other than pregnancy? Cyst, etc...
Thank you for your help!
The change in birth control will mess up your cycles, the first month if your cycles are messed up due to missing a few pills, your cycle will be altered! So definitely could be just the hormonal change from the birth control, however if you were pregnant, you'd be showing positive now! Good luck!
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