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Doe's This Sound Like I'm Pregnant?
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CuteCheryl posted:
I Missed My Period(MY LAST PERIOD WAS AUGUST 19TH-I HAVE VERY REGULAR PERIOD'S) Wednesday Night(The 19Th) I Had A Little Bit Of Brown Dried Blood On My Underwear-Last Week I Had White Discharge On My Underwear(IT'S NOT A STD OR A YEAST INFECTION-I KNOW FOR A FACT!) I Have Also Been Feeling Nausated- Me& My Fiance Have Sex Everyday-I'll Be 33 Next Month-This Will Be My First Child If I'm Pregnant- IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME PLEASE ANSWER MY QUESTION- ALSO WHEN WOULD A BLOOD TPREGNANCY TEST COME OUT POSITIVE?? WOULD IT BE TOO EARLY TO TEST NOW???
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72678 responded:
how late are you? take a test, make sure u use first morning urine i have 2 kids i tested positive when i was one day late with my first and with my second i tested the day i was supposed to get my period and got a positive. now i am almost one day late for my period i was supposed to get it yesterday i am getting negative tests, sometimes woman dont get a positve till 5 days after missed period hope any of this helps good luck
 
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
It's also possible you didn't ovulate and usually no ovulation means no period. It's common and will happen to most women at least once during their reproductive years.

As for if a blood test would work now, since your period is late, it would be accurate.
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