I'm not quite sure if I'm pregnant. I've had morning sickness and have been feeling very hormonal. I have been frequently urinating and popping. I have gained about 7 pounds and it all seems to be in my lower stomach. But my main concern is the pain I feel when I push on my lower abdominal; is that normal? Or am I not experiencing being pregnant?
My boyfriends sister who has had experience with pregnancy felt my stomach and said I might be. But when I took the hpt test she said if it does come up negative to take it again in another 2 weeks or so.
It is vet hard to get a straight answer with being able to announce if pregnant or not.
My friends sister had her what is call period even though it is only extra uterial lining it acts as the same. So even if you have period smpyoms and feel pregnant you have no idea. It's hard to pin pout one specific sympto. Without counteracting with something that should or should not be a symptom. I would go to the doctors but I gave no insurance. No car. And am new in this town and have no idea where a free clinic would even be. This is so difficult.
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replied January 28th, 2010
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How late is your period?
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replied January 29th, 2010
I have had my "period " about 2 weeks ago. Yet I didn't notice it to be the same it was a lot quicker and less blood then normal. Sorry to be graphic.
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replied January 29th, 2010
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Pregnancy test would be accurate if you think you got pregnant before your last period. If you had your period 2 weeks ago, you are most likely ovulating now-ish.

Planned Parenthood gives FREE pregnancy testing and birth control. Which you might want to look into since in your immediate situation, a pregnancy would be incredibly difficult. Babies need health insurance. They need a way to get back and forth to the doctor. Babies need diapers and formula and clothes and lots of things that cost lots of money.

Open the phone book. Planned Parenthood.
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