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    2 weeks late and 3 negative tests later....
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    An_241602 posted:
    I haven't had a period since August 2nd 2012.
    My husband and I were sexually active on August 9th, 11th, 12th, 17th, 18th, 23rd, 24th and the 31st. September 3rd, 8th, 14th, 16th, 21st and 23rd.
    According to my ovulation calculator I ovulated on the 27th of august.
    I've taken 3 pregnancy tests. 2 on September 14th and one on September 19th, all were negative.

    But, I've had alot of pregnancy symptoms. nausea, unusual bowel movements for me, peeing more frequently, bloating, breaking out, highted senses, feeling tired more frequently, a large meal fills me for a short amount of time anymore, nipples very sensitive, husband says the aorela (spelled that wrong) is bigger, constant back aches and some mild cramping as if i was on my period.

    Thank you!
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