So I've been having unprotected sex my boyfriend hasn't been pulling out. I had gotten my period last month and was regular but usually my periods only last 5 days. So about 2 days ago I had thought I gotten my period was regular for first hour then got less and less went away came back little spotting I woke up and there was nothing, and also that was early for me because I had gotten my period near end july like sometime maybe the 20th dont know exact date. So it wasn't an regular period for me at all. My back has been hurting much so and headaches have been everyday, and I noticed that my stomach has been hurting and felt different week or two before anything else. I took an at home pregnancy test day after my period had gone away and I had gotten a negative result.Also I had noticed that I have an yeast infection that just started yesterday. I don't know what to think or what to do could I be pregnant, should I wait to take another test? Please help I need answers : /View Thread
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