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    mstpkg posted:
    We tried just once during ovulation on Jan 20th. I swear I had all kinds of symptoms just 4 days after that (I know too soon) ...nausea, cramping, stomach ache, back ache etc on Thursday. I threw up all night and I was very excited. I was fine Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    Monday evening was worst...My stomach started hurting so bad that my husband had to take me to ER. They did a blood test and confirmed I wasn't pregnant . Turns out I had a kidney stone instead. I dint even think about another possibility.
    Anyway I got home Tuesday after I was "fixed", I was fine on Wednesday. But Thursday evening I started having period like aches (back, stomach, tender breast etc) My period is not due till Monday Feb 3rd.
    I'm so confused. Can I get pregnant specially after blood test 4 days ago confirmed I wasn't pregnant. Or am I just getting an early period? Yes I can wait n watch an go crazy in the mean time Any other suggestions???

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