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I usally get pms symptoms before i get my period. i havent gotten any pms symptoms and my period is suposed to come on january 13. i didi an urin tes 2 days ago, because i have antiphospholipid syndrome and will like to know as soon as i can to get my treatment, but it came negative. my breast always hurt alot befoure my period and they fell very heavy. right now just small stabing pain a littel bit pain but nothing compared to usall. i can jump and feel nothing no pain at all with my breast. when i wake up in the morning i fell like my stomach is hard. this is not my first pregnancy. i lost my first pregnancy at 24 weeks. almost 3 years after i was pregnant again, ihva a 5 year old son and been trying to concive for a year already. hope you can advise me.

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replied January 12th, 2010
Menstruation Answer A9093
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

Before the next due date, the urine test will be negative. Only a blood test for pregnancy can be used for early detection of pregnancy before the missed period. Now, since January 13th is a day away, please wait a day and if you miss the period on the 13th, take a urine pregnancy test on the 14th.

It is very difficult to confirm whether the symptoms or absence of PMS symptoms are due to pregnancy. Hope this helps. Take care!

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