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    Am I pregnant?
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    Manders942 posted:
    I've been getting sick for almost 2 weeks now, and I don't really fell like i'm sick, I just have the feeling that I want to throw up and I do. Then i'm fine again for a while. My boobs started to hurt about 3 days ago, which also happens before my period, my period doesn't start until the 19th and I took a test yesterday and it camp up negative. Could I be pregnant?
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    kjensen15 responded:
    You are still at the very earliest that a home pregnancy could work. If you can, I know how tough it is, wait until you're actually late and then test again with your first urine of the morning.


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