I had my tubal done two years ago, my last period was light now approximatley 14 days later i am having light mentral cramps and spotting i have also become very sensitive to smells and moody.i took a home preggo test when i started spotting but result was negative i am still having symptoms but i shouldnt get my period for another week and a half two weeks is it too soon to tell? can i really be preggo even though i had tubes tied?
Yes, since nothing but absinence is 100%, pregnancy is a small possibility. I'd wait and see if you miss your next period before worrying. It's possible the spotting and cramping you're experiencing are from ovulation since you're around that time in your cycle.
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