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About signs of Pregnancy

were just having the last sex with my boyfriend last Aug. 28, 2013, but at the next month September 8, 2013 im having a menstruation but at this month October 2013, my menstruation didn't occur and experiencing a cramping in abdomen. Is it possible that I am Pregnant? Hope somebody explain me with this.. thank you so much
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If the last time you had sex was August and you had a normal period in September I doubt you are pregnant. Your period may just be a little late coming. I would wait a week and if it still hasn't come I would take a pregnancy test.
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i already took a pregnancy test a week after the expected date of my menstruation but it is negative,,, but still my menstruation doesn't occur. I didnt even experience a delayed menstruation it always happened on time.. what really the causes of this i got worried do i am pregnant or something else....
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I think u could be stressed and that can delay a period.  If you are still unsure setup an appointment with your gynecologist 2 have a blood, urine and pap test. That should provide some insight. Hope all is well.
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If you are pregnant, preg test will show just at the first few days of your delayed period. If you are already a week delayed and still negative, I think you are not pregnant. Just see an OB-Gyne to help you with your situation so  you wont be worried.
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Thank you so much...now i experience back pain, abdominal cramping a bit of head ache sometimes and i cant sleep well at night and frequent urination
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