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    livefreetoday5 posted:
    Hello. I wonder if anyone can help me with my question. My periods are NOT exactly 28 days apart every month. Sometimes they vary by a few days. I had sex 15 days ago and got a positive pregnancy test yesterday (Family dollar test) although it was very thing. Then this morning I took three tests and they all came out negative. One was digital and the other two were blue line Family dollar tests. My boobs are extremely sore and I am getting sporadic cramping last three days which is unusual. Usually I get cramps her about a day and then my period comes. So now I have no areas and three negative and one positive pregnancy test. Any advice from anyone that experience one positive test and then three negative. Thank you!


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