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    1987mar posted:
    I am 2 days late for my period. Last cycle was a 46 days one, but this time I detected ovulation (that's what I think). This morning I took a pregnancy test but it came negative. I am feeling bloated and when I eat I am sometimes feeling sick!! I am feeling my boobs really heavy and have dark nipples.. Should I take another pregnancy later?
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    Hyacinth Nicole Browne, MD responded:
    Yes, you should. A lot of the symptoms that you're experiencing could be due to a pregnancy. If you do not get your period in the next couple of weeks, you should contact your physician.


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