im over 7 weeks late for my period ive put on over 10lbs i cant sleep right i feel bloated all the time im moody everyday i feel tired all the time i get pains in my belly but the pains dont hurt there pains but nice pains, i took a pregnancy test 3 weeks ago and it said no but in my mind im wondering if the test is wrong please please please help me.
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replied June 3rd, 2009
It sounds like you are pregnant. I would take another test if you havent taken one in 3 weeks. If you are having a hard time trusting the at home tests then I would visit a clinic where they can test you there and then you can talk to them about your symptoms. I am dealing with the same thing right now not as late as you but having all the same problems.
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replied June 3rd, 2009
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You should take another pregnancy test and cut down on the calories. Even pregnant, a 10lb weight gain is too much.
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replied July 23rd, 2009
well.
your 7 weeks late..
i would have gone to the doctor by now.
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replied July 23rd, 2009
well.
your 7 weeks late..
i would have gone to the doctor by now.
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replied July 23rd, 2009
I definitely think you are pregnant. Try taking a digital test. They are most accurate, but are pricey.

Good Luck!
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replied July 23rd, 2009
you should go to a clinic and have a blood test a lady i worked with took four pregnancy test at home that were all negative and she ended being pregnant with twins ha. so you should def go to the doctor.
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replied July 24th, 2009
i have taken five tests, all negative. but i am two days late on my period. i have cramps, and sore boobs just like when i'm on my period, just no period. the doctor told me i am probably just stressed out which delayed my period. (considering I have been worryign about this situation this whole month.)
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