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    Could I be Pregnant... for real?!
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    SavvyMV posted:
    So last week I had all kinds of nausea and other symptoms and posted about it before I took a pregnancy test. I took it just a day after my period was due but it said negative. According to the ovulation calender on WebMD I am officially a week late, however my periods are rarely on time. I'm still experiencing breast sensitivity, frequent urination and occasionally nausea and fatigue. How much longer should I wait to take a test again? Do you think I could be pregnant?

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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, it's possible you could be pregnant. I'd wait another week and take another test.
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