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    An_258022 posted:
    How do I know if I'm pregnant if I don't regularly have periods? I haven't had one in a few months And last week I felt really dizzy. I wasn't thinking anything of being really tired a lot and occasional cramping,but this weekend late at night I threw up at random as well.and my breasts felt a bit different and I'm experiencing some back pain and I pee more than usual. Help??
    lilybean12714 responded:
    only two ways to know if your pregnant 1. take a pregnancy test 2. go to the doctor
    kristine403 responded:
    Hi, you should definitely listen to your body.And, have you been tracking your ovulation? Because tracking your ovulation can help you know when you had sex if that day was safe or not. By this time if you had pregnancy test you should definitely know the accurate result. Anyway, let me share here with you a site you can use to track your ovulation period. I hope this site could help you too, good luck.

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