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Beckie_33 posted:
I'm not sure if I could be pregnant. AF showed up 11/3/11 and it was normal, I ovulated on or around 11/12/11 had sex 11/10/11 and again 11/13/11.

I had what I thought was my period again on 11/26/11 but it was very light to just spotting, nothing like normal. My boobs started to hurt around that time.

Again I had what I thought to be my period on 12/21/11 and it was the same. Light to just spotting, again not normal for me.

If I had an actual period on 11/26/11 I would have ovulated around 12/9/11. Because my boyfriend and I were traveling at that time and I wasn't feeling well we didn't do the BD.

My breast have not stopped hurting since Nov and everyday it's worse and I have to pee all the time. I haven't felt any nausea, had food adversions, or any sensitivity to smells.

I took a HPT yesterday and it was BFN but I didn't use FMU. I get up and pee about 3 times a night so i'm not sure exactly when to test.

I don't have insurance so going to a doctor right now for a blood test isn't something I want to do until i'm absolutely sure I am pregnant. I don't want to spend $75-$100 for a DR visit and then the additional money for a blood test if I don't have too. In todays economy money is precious.

Could I be pregnant??? This would be my first child so if anyone has any experience please share
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