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    am i pregnant
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    An_256447 posted:
    hi,
    i was to recieve my periods between 28 - 30 of march but haven't received them till now.i did the hometest but was negative.could something be wrong,i feel bloated and having heartburn everynow and then.
    thank you
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It could be any number of things. You could just be late (I've been up to four days late), you might have not ovulated and usually no ovulation means no period (common), or you could be pregnant and not showing on the test (it happens).

    You can either test once a week until you either get a positive or your next period comes or you can just wait and see if you get your next period.
    Proud mommy to PJ (6)


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    oh and i forgot to say i have not had a period since april 15.

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