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    Am I pregnant?
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    An_252722 posted:
    Hi all,

    I normally have 28-31 days cycle for my periods. I had my last periods on 26th June and the last time I had sex was 7th July. Since then I am having lower abdominal and lower back pain. I have done the home pregnancy test and it shows negative. I would like to know whether I am pregnant? Can I conceive this soon?
     
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    Kimberlee28 responded:
    Omg! I am experiencing the same thing! I had a test done yesterday and it was negative, but still no period. It's frustrating!
     
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    parkinson3 responded:
    hi all,
    im 29 days cycle and i had my period on the 17th of June we had sex during fertile time (or wat we think was) now no period yet but lots of symptoms negative pregnancy test. trying not to be too sad....
    yea it can happen that soon...... but u might not see it yet.... keep fingers crossed.


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