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    I think I am pregnant??
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    An_256802 posted:
    Ok, here goes I am 6 days late, and I am having symptoms of pregnancy, swollen and tender breast, back ache, cramping, dark areola, a little nausea, headaches, ect. I took two htp and a blood test and all of them came out negative. Is it to early to be testing??
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Nope, not too early, however some women take longer to show on pregnancy tests than others although blood tests are pretty accurate.

    Your symptoms could also be from PMS. It's also possible you just didn't ovuate and usually no ovulation means no period.

    I'd wait another few days, maybe a week and re-test.
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