Okay, I've been feeling upper and lower backaches, stomach tenderness, breast tenderness (blue veins and discoloration, swelling), heart burn, dizzyness, fatigue, pee 7-10 times a day, hungry. The only symptoms i don't have are cravings or nausea yet. I took two pregnancy tests and they came up neg.

I've been having these symptoms when I started ovulating and they haven't gone away when I stoped. Can anyone helo me out here??
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replied May 16th, 2008
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My last period was on the 25th of last month and was lighter than usual. Not long after that (about8 days) I started to feel as if I was ovulating, if it was ovulating, I have been having lower and upper back pain since then. There are two times where I can see where I MIGHT have gotten pregnant: a month ago(april 12th) precisely or just a week and a half ago (May 8th).

-Breasts hurt
-Heartburn
-peeing 7-10 times a day
-backpain, upper and lower
-Stomach pain
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replied May 16th, 2008
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The best time to take a pregnancy test is at the time you have missed your period. Otherwise it is not a reliable result. And they are pretty accurate because they detect the hcg hormone and that hormone is only secreted by the body when you are pregnant.

I discovered last week I was pregnant and I don't even have half the symptoms you have. The only symptom I have is breast tenderness. I have no fatigue and nor do I pee 7 times a day. No aches at all!
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replied May 16th, 2008
Thanks.

Everyone is different, it varys.

Thanks! Smile
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If pregnancy is causing the symptoms you have, your test would be positive. Symptoms aren't indicative of pregnancy, they could be so many other things.

Keep testing until your period starts or you get a positive.
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HeaHea00 wrote:
My last period was on the 25th of last month and was lighter than usual. Not long after that (about8 days) I started to feel as if I was ovulating, if it was ovulating, I have been having lower and upper back pain since then. There are two times where I can see where I MIGHT have gotten pregnant: a month ago(april 12th) precisely or just a week and a half ago (May 8th).

-Breasts hurt
-Heartburn
-peeing 7-10 times a day
-backpain, upper and lower
-Stomach pain



So if your period was Apr 25 then you should test end of may (assuming you have a regular cycle).
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replied May 16th, 2008
My cycle is pretty accurate. The only time it wasn't was when I was at bootcamp last September and I missed a month. So yea, pretty regular.
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Symptoms usually don't show up until there is a high enough amount of hormone in your body to trigger those symptoms, which is also typically high enough to give you a positive amount.

You probably didn't get pregnant on april 12th since you had your period a week and a half later.

May 8th is a possibility. If so, you should wait at least another week to take a test (14 days after you had sex) or until your missed period. The hormones should show up by then.

Good luck!
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