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    An_253492 posted:
    I am 4 weeks late.
    Not stressed.
    Normal bmi.
    Sore breasts.
    Extreme fatigue.
    Very moody.
    Frequent urination.
    Normal exercise and diet.
    No birthcontrol.
    I took a test when i was about 2 weeks late which said negative. But now its been two more weeks and still no period. The idea of being pregnant isnt stressful to me so that couldnt be it. Was just wanting opinions on if anyone thinks im pregnant or if i could have something serious wrong.
    georgiagail responded:
    How would we know if you are pregnant or not?

    Take another pregnancy test. If negative, keep in mind that one might simply have skipped ovulation that month (it happens to many women at least once...and often more than once during their reproductive lifetime, often for no particular reason) and without ovulation there will be no menstrual period that cycle.

    newgirl2010 responded:
    are you continuing to have unprotected sex? If not, i would say that a negative pregnancy test 4 weeks later would be definitive. Test with first morning's urine. If you have been continuing to have unprotected sex, a negative test doesn't carry as much weight as you could have obviously gotten pregnant within the last two weeks and the test just hasn't reflected a positive result yet.
    diseasefighter responded:
    hi, you should take a test again. as i know, the test should be taken one month later. but you mentioned that you took the test about two weeks later. so ,this might not show you the right answer.

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