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    NenaWhitfield1 posted:
    good morning im twenty years old recently i have ben experiencing pregnacy symptoms including a missed period. i have taken three test all of which have turned out negative.two the first week after i missed my period and the last one was the second week. at this point i am a whole month last i have regular cycles. this week alone has been the worst abnormal back and stomach pains ive had a really hard tyme keeping anything i eat or drink down swollen hands nd feet. im not sure if i should go two a doctor or just play it out. please help me someone.
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    An_248047 responded:
    Are you stressed at all. At times stress can cause skipping periods. To be sure I would make a doctors appointment. A blood test won't lie on whether you are pregnant or not.


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