Okay on Friday I had some spotting but it was 8 days before my period, I also spotted a little bit on Saturday which would be 7 days before my period. I took a test and I got a very faint positive but it was a blue dye test and I hear those ones are not good because they are known for false positives. Well every test I have taken after than have come up negative. I still have 3 days before my period is supposed to start, I am supposed to start on the 19th. I really don't have any signs of being pregnant, with my first two my boobs were really sore. But my daughter just turned 5 months on the 11th. I looked back and we did have sex on the day I was supposed to start, and I have had 4 normal periods since I had her. So could I still be pregnant or could something else be going on?View Thread
I've been getting sick for almost 2 weeks, my period doesn't start until the 19th and I took a test yesterday and it said no. But I don't feel sick, I just feel like I have to throw up and then I do and feel better for a while, my breast started hurting about 3 days ago but that also happens before my period. Could I be pregnant?View Thread
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