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missed period with slightly yellow discharge?

I've been trying to get pregnant and I started taking prenatal vitamins about a month or so ago. I'm currently about 3 days late and I've taken a pregnancy test and it was negative. My lower back hurts and so do my breasts.. could I still be pregnant anyway?? I really hope I am. Does anyone have advice? How much longer should I wait to take a test?
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I can't answer your question. But I do have a question for you :) Taking prenatal vitamins can help conceive? I have been trying for awhile and can't conceive my husband and I are worried but haven't asked a doctor yet.
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Taking prenatal vitamins gives your reproductive system the proper vitamins to give you a better chance:) folic acid is the main vitamin that helps
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Thanks goodness I seen this post and if you don't mind me asking how long and daily do you take the actual over- counter prenatal vitamins? I certainly will see if this helps me conceive.
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I've been taking them for about a month and a half I take the recommended dose once a day it's worth a shot plus they make your hair grow like crazy
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What kind do you take or is all prenatal vitamins the same?
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All pretty much the same
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I take and have taken centerum. You can ask your pharmacy. I ask and they order it for me. I think it's like 12$ and lasts about a month. They have fish oil too which is good fir your heart.
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