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    hopefulmommytobe2612 posted:
    I have been TTC for a month now and me and my hubby have tried around the time I should have been ovulating. I have been feeling odd lately. Dizziness. Tired all the time. Cravings. Cramp-like pains. Back pains. Peeing more frequently. Etc. and I am supposed to have my period by now, so I took a first response test this morning and it came back negative. I'm only about a day past when I should have gotten my period. Is there still a chance I could be pregnant?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, there is still a chance. I'd wait a few more days and if your period still doesn't come, take another test.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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