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    Am I pregnant
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    An_251729 posted:
    Hello,

    My period is normally always 28 days. Last Friday 4/19 I noticed my chest to be extremely tender, and began to have bad cramps. The cramps and breast tenderness was different than normal. My period was due on 4/28. On 4/26 I began light spotting, while the cramps still continued. My breasts weren't as sore. The spotting stopped yesterday 4/30. Today I began spotting again. I took a test this morning, negative. Not sure what to think..
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    georgiagail responded:
    Pregnancy tests are quite accurate; however, some women test too early. You might want to wait a week or so and if your menstrual period doesn't start, take another pregnancy test. Your symptoms of cramps and breast tenderness could be connected to PMS symptoms.

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    Debaker921 replied to georgiagail's response:
    Today I still have cramps, nauseated, chest hurts..


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