normal periods negative tests but still think/feel pregnant?!
Hello i had a unprotected sex back in july 8th which only lasted a few seconds but it was around the time i was most fertile so i ended up taking plan b on the 11th. I had never taken any type of hormones before so i feel like it took a toll on my body MAYBE??
Well my period was 2 days late on july but right on time and even a day early for the next couple of months BUT i've had pregnancy symptoms since july like cramps lower back pains and recently more hunger and frequent urination.
Since July i've taken a LOT of home pregnancy tests and in august 11th i had a blood test done at my doctor's. I had yet another blood test done today Nov 30th and will get my results on Dec 1st
My expected period should be here on Dec 4th but i feel a lot of what feels like muscle twitches and i haven't been drinking a lot of water like i should and normally do maybe that's why i feel hungry more often??
i would appreciate any experiences or advise Thanks :)
You would be 22 weeks pregnant at this point, and it would be very obvious. Symptoms DO NOT mean you are pregnant--I've had 'pregnancy' symptoms since I gave birth to my daughter almost 15 months ago. Based on what you've posted, you don't sound pregnant. I wouldn't worry about it.
Is breast discharge normal? Yes, it is. Many women can express a liquid when they squeeze their breasts. It doesn't mean you're pregnant--my daughter was born 15 months ago and I can still express something if I squeezed mine.
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