Spotting sometimes occurs in the middle of cycles for a number of reasons. Did you take the tests in the middle of your cycle or when you missed your period? If you took the test in the middle of your cycle, you should retest now.
I had my last period from March 2nd to March 7th. Then, I should have gotten my period on April 9th, but it never came. It's been 28 days since, and I feel like there's thunder lightning inside my stomach. I had unprotected sex a few days before April 9th, but he used the pull out method. Am I pregnant or just delayed? I also took multiple pregnancy tests; all came out negative.
I had unprotected sex two days after my period. Five days after, I had sore breasts, general lower abdominal pain, and lower back pain. Three weeks later I still have sore breasts and pressure in my bladder and some lower back pain. My period is due on April 21st. Four days ago I had a negative pregnancy test. I was checked for a urine infection and had an ultrasound done to check my ovaries, and all are clear. I'm so confused. What do you think?
I had unprotected sex last month and my period came late and only lasted 3 days, which is not usual as my period lasts 4 or 5 days. So this month is February and my period is 11 days late. My breast is tender and I'm feeling tired. Also, I took 6 pregnancy tests on separate occasions including 2 from yesterday but they are all negative. I'm just looking for answers or if anyone has had similar experiences. Could I be pregnant?
I had unprotected sex for the first time five days before my period. I had my period after that, and it seemed normal, and it lasted five days; my period normally lasts six days. It has now been six days since my period, and I am experiencing abdominal pain, and I am still bloated. Could I be pregnant?
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