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Is my mind playing tricks on me?

Hello, ladies.
My boyfriend and I had sex on Dec 17, then the 25-28th, but he only didn't pull out the 17th and the 27th. My last period was on the 11th of December. On the 29th, I had a light pink discharge which lasted only 1 day. Now, since a few days after that I've been "wacky" so to speak. A bunch of pregnancy symptoms, basically everything minus the sore breasts, metallic taste and vomiting. My cycle length switches consistently. One month it's 28 days the next it's 33. That's normal for me. I'm never late, and I'm never early. Well, now I'm almost 2 weeks late. I took a pregnancy test on the 8th and the 15th. Both were negative. So is it all in my head or could it be due to my longer cycle or some random reason?
I do very much want to have a child within the next few years, but we are not actively ttc right now.  
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1346146 tn?1299360497
A number of things can casue pregnancy symptoms, stress, fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, all can mess with your cycle length as well.  I would see a dr for a blood test to be sure.  Good luck to you.
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Thank you. It's difficult not knowing. Ive got my appt. set up for tomorrow. I didn't want to go in and be completely caught by surprise.
1567205 tn?1356101136
wait til ur nxt period to test again
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I am pretty positive this is af. =(
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I had unprotected sex on 11th Sep,on the 14th and 15th Sep I started feeling light cramp in my stomach, followed by other symptoms,  breast soreness, nipples sensitive, lower backache, I've done upt on 21 sep n it's negative. I think its too early to find out, on 25th and 26t my body temperature is high.feeling like having fever, but feeling normal again by the day after. The breast soreness is gone but still feeling stomach cramp and my tummy feel hard and as if theres a lump in my tummy.
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