Okay, so first of all my partner and I are very safe about sex. We always use condoms, but lately i've been worried about being pregnant. My period is almost a week late and I normally have very regular periods. I have been feeling very dizzy and nauseous in the mornings and at night, as well as having diarrhoea over the last 2 days. Gross I know and I'm sorry!
Anyway I took a pregnancy test a few days ago first thing in the morning but it came up negative. The symptoms have continued and reading all the info online I found out its bad to drink too much water and/or caffeine the night before the test, of which I unfortunately did both. I can't get into the doctors for another week and just wanted to know if there was any chance I could be pregnant? Did you have these symptoms? My partner and I have been together for a long time and even though we weren't trying, pregnancy wouldn't be unwelcome.
Any advice would be helpful!! Please and thank you :)
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