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    An_248015 posted:
    I recently had sex on Sept 11th unprotected and was ovulating the 13th, On the 19th I had light pink spotting that lasted all day but stopped that night. My breasts are sore and swollen and I am extremely tired all the time even after not doing anything at all. I tested on the 23rd and it was negative. Could I be pregnant? If so when should I test again?
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    An_242764 responded:
    This is the wrong board for this question. This board is for women who are ALREADY pregnant. Try the Could I be Pregnant board.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    The 23 may have been too early, especially if you ovulated on the 13. Wait a few more days and test again. Either that or wait and see if your period is late.


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