My last Period was on the 4th April 2013, and now it is the 23rd.. I have been experiencing symptoms like cramps, brown spotting, very sensitive breasts and back pain. I took a pregnancy test just last week and it came negative but the first pregnancy test I took which was around the 16th it came a very faded positive, since then all the other ones are comming negative am I preg?
probably you are
by now, probably not!
Possibly, you may just need a blood test.
I know I'm currently 2 weeks late but I was 1 week late in June and 2 weeks in May. Instead of normal period, it's been VERY light and light brown but the June one was little more than spotting I think but WAY less than my normal period.
I know I had some very mild cramps and sore/achy breasts especially around the nipples. Been having the back pain too.
I haven't took a test yet though b/c I just haven't "felt" pregnant and when explaining my symptoms to my partner, he says he doubts I'm pregnant.
Although I don't "feel" pregnant, I'm going to the doctor. I tried asking on many forums and none really help give me other possible reasons other than pregnancy and some say I'm probably not because I did have some "bleeding" even if it was only brown.
You probably will have to too. I wouldn't rely on here because it's hard to get good answers on here and most other forums like this.
Glad I got good insurance. I only ask because my obgyn sees too many and the waiting is killing me.
I'd also suggest avoid Google. It got me worried about ovarian cancer lol. One symptom checker I did, either said cancer or pregnancy. Like wtf I'm only 23, I really hope it's not cancer you know?
What I was indicating is that as the post was nearly 15 months ago, she would not be pregnant now. If she were to have got pregnant, the baby would likely be 6 months old by now.
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