I think I may be pregnant I hav'nt had a period in two months my laast period was in November and it lasted for two weeks my cycle has always been irregular but never have i missed a period I have had tender achy breast and i was havin headaches but I'm ok now Ive been sleeping all the time and my appetite has picked up I also feel queasy it kinda feels like acid reflex but it comes up and goes down. I'm scared to test becuz it usually is neg so i don't want to feel crazy please help me.
UPDATE: I tested but it was negative but I might have took it wrong......now I'm spotting and I'm still not sure if this is pregnancy bleding or am I actually having a period now I wasn't bleeding until after intercourse I'm not sure if something got torn or if my period got knocked down bcuz I wasn't bleeding until after that.Has this happend to you plz help im lost
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