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    Am I pregnant?
    Manders942 posted:
    I've been getting sick for almost 2 weeks, my period doesn't start until the 19th and I took a test yesterday and it said no. But I don't feel sick, I just feel like I have to throw up and then I do and feel better for a while, my breast started hurting about 3 days ago but that also happens before my period. Could I be pregnant?
    candy352 responded:
    You might be, but I would suggest waiting to see if your period comes. If it doesn't, wait a few days, and test it in the morning.
    Manders942 replied to candy352's response:
    ok thank-you, I didn't have this problem with my first child, when i tested i was already 8 weeks pregnant just didnt know it. and i never got sick.
    candy352 replied to Manders942's response:
    Yeah that's the thing about pregnancies. Not only is it different from woman to woman, but the same women can have pregnancies that are totally different.
    Manders942 replied to candy352's response:
    it just stinks, I hate waiting, lol. We want another one but wanted to wait until sept. to start trying but we weren't being careful either, so i'm trying not to get to excited or I will just be let down.

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