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    could I be pergnant
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    bczmmp posted:
    so I'm 3 days late according to the ovulation calculator how ever I took a test on the day I was soused to start my period and it was negative. could I still be pregnant??? has this ever happened to any one? also I haven't had any of my normal PMS... no sore breast which I usually get 2 weeks before I'm soused to start my period.
     
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    bczmmp responded:
    ok so know I'm 6 days late I took another test it also came back negative, I took it this past Thursday... if I am pregnant I'm like 2 weeks and a couple days.. My period has never been like this, every since I had my first child it's been like clock work. should I just Waite and see or should I go to the doctor. My fianc? is sure I'm pregnant...
    anybody have any advice?


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