I am unsure about my symptoms... I have been extremely constipated, a bit nauseous on an off, last week I was nauseous all week and was tempted to contact my doctor but Monday and Tuesday I felt better but again starting to feel nauseous again, sore breasts, very tired. I don't miss my period until next week, I took a test just to relieve a friend of mine who says I am but even though the test came out negative I have a feeling it just might have been to early to take the test. And a new cramping feeling came up which put my thoughts in a world wind. I have been pregnant before but the only thing I noticed at first was the fact my breasts were sore for 3 weeks and just had this feeling I was.. I have the same type feeling but am a bit nervous due to the new cramping feeling as if I am on my period but not..... I am wondering could I be pregnant? Thoughts??
I did a fertility test on the website and it was able to calculate my last few periods. it calculated that I should probably get my next period Wednesday. So should I wait until after then to take a test?? With our first I took a test 3 days before my missed period.. but of course I know every pregnancy is different.
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