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Question: Am I Pregnant?

 MCrombie - Wed Mar 23, 2005 1:11 pm

I was with my ex-boyfriend for 5 months, we slept together (unprotected) for the first time on February 15th. My last period was on February 7th and i ended on the 13th. It's now the 23rd and i still have not gotten my period. I took a pregnancy test about a week ago and it came back negative, but i've been nauseus, always tired, constantly hungry, irritable, dizzy, and my period has NEVER been late. Does it sound like i could be pregnant?
 perdrho - Wed Mar 23, 2005 6:06 pm

Take another pregnancy test. First morning urine-they are very sensitive and if it's negative-you're not pregnant, but perhaps very stressed about the pregnancy issue. I've seen it delay periods before.

Write back with the results.
 MCrombie - Thu Mar 24, 2005 9:28 am

I took another test last night and it came back negative and another one this morning and nothing showed up at all. i have dysplasia and it's turned kinda severe, could this be why i missed my period because it's gotten so bad? i had some lower stomach cramps last night but they weren't anything like what i get during my period. i know someone who took 5 pregnancy tests and they all came back negative and she went to the doctor and they confirmed she was pregnant, could this be possible?

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