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    Period woes/Pregnancy?
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    peddlebee posted:
    I'm a healthy 34 year old. I've never been pregnant. My periods are very regular, 28-29 day cycles. My last period ended on April 28th. Starting on May 14th my breasts became tingly and my nipples were abnormally perky for a few days. They have stayed sensitive and swollen but, less than on those days. Around when I missed my period the first time (May 20thish) I took two pregnancy tests. Both were negative. I waited another week and took another test, also negative. I decided to wait until my next period to worry about it. I have now missed two periods, I am exhausted most of the time, I am nasaus much of the time, it is weirdly uncomfortable to wear jeans that fasten low on my stomach, my breasts are swollen and because my tests were negative I am concerned and confused. I plan on seeing a doctor soon, but I also don't want to waste money and time. I am looking for some piece of mind and some suggestions for conversations to have with a doctor. Is it even possible I am pregnant if I had three negative home tests as late as 10 days after the first day after the first missed period?
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