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    An_251912 posted:
    We have be trying for baby for long time, had PCOD, but was under medication for 4 months to get regular period cycle, last month i got my periods without using medication, this month its 28th day today no periods yet, but i have back pain and indigestion problem...sometimes i feel that there is a lump or heavy feeling in my lower abdomen can i be pregnant ?, can i take the pregnancy test in my 28th day itself ?
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    Requester responded:
    can anyone reply to this
     
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    kittykatjenn responded:
    Wait until you are 5 days late to test. If it is negative and you are 10 days with no period, test again.
     
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    Requester replied to kittykatjenn's response:
    Thanks Kitty, will do that
    I will be testing on 20th May'2013, monday.


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