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So I got off my period the 9th of last month and had sex a week later..is it possible I could be pregnant? I took a test and it was negative but I am having alot of symptoms like breast tenderness,headaches, food cravings, and
Im always tired also I been having a egg white looking discharge for over a week
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Please someone let me know
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Only way to know for sure is to go into the doctors
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Does it sound like possible pregnancy?
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It's hard to tell, because ovulation, pms, and pregnancy all have the same symptoms. Yes you could be, but your probably just ovulating.
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Wait a week and try again if you have not gotten your period by then. I am in the same boat like you - waiting to find out if I am pregnant. Good luck!
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Thanks(: good luck to you too!
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Im their with you too, I'm waiting till Sunday to test. I don't think it worked though :( I mean I'm exhausted, have left sore boob, wicked bad headaches. But I don't have any implantation bleeding or consistent elevated temp. I'm suppose you get my period on the 9th
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Yeah I was supposed to get my period Wednesday and its now Saturday and still no period and I took another test and it still says negitive
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