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osage83 posted:
I have not had my AF since june 9th it seemed normal. Last week i started cramping, had white milky discharge, my nipples are sensitive, breasts look swollen, I have gained weight I am usually 135 I am now 150. I have to wear pants with elestac now. I don 't have much of an apetite, heartburn alot, breaking out in hives on my belly and legs, and breasts. very itchy skin, got sick for a week two weeks ago. on the 13th i took a test and it was negative. I am too scared to take one again becuase my last pregnancy was chemical and it did not show unitl eight weeks and it was a faint line then four weeks later the ultrasound showeed nothing. Do you all think I am pregnant?
tlkittycat1968 responded:
If you've had sex since your last period then yes, pregnancy is a possibility.
Proud mommy to PJ (4)
osage83 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
yes we had sex several times since june 9th. I took a test it said negative but it is a dollar tree test.
72678 replied to osage83's response:
dollar tree test does actually work i used it when i found out i was preggo with my second son it said positive of course like u i was not sure so i bought a name brand and it to was positive so the dollar store one was right
osage83 replied to 72678's response:
do you think I should retest? I took the last one yesterday
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osage83 replied to 72678's response:
took another test and it is still negative

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