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    I have symptoms, but too early to test.
    FineLatinChyk posted:
    I put in my NuvaRing four days late but I had sex with my boyfriend the day before I did and the day that I did. I have a phone app that says that this was during my fertile period right before ovulation. My period is supposed to be next week, but I have very sore breasts, bad lower back pain (not flank pain), nausea, low abdominal cramps (different feeling from my normal "pre-period" cramps) and heartburn. I took out my NuvaRing just in case, but I think this may cause spotting too. Might I be pregnant?
    mommyin2011 responded:
    wait till you miss ur period and test. good luck to you
    FineLatinChyk replied to mommyin2011's response:
    Yeah I was looking up information and it said to test in week four but five for sure. If I am pregnant I would be nearing the end of week three. I'm just taking my vitamins and eating healthy. LMP 12/18/10, conception 12/29/10

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