Stomach cramps, as in, the kind you might get when you have a stomach bug are not indicative of pregnancy, and neither is a fever. However, being warmer than is usual for you and experiencing period-like cramps is normal for early pregnancy.
It's possible that you have a late period because you're dealing with a virus which could be the cause of your fever and stomach cramps while your other symptoms could be attributed to PMS.
To be sure, you should take an at-home-pregnancy test. If the test is negative and you do have a fever you should call your doctor. If it's positive, you should call your doctor anyway.
My girlfriend's last period was on April 20th. We had sex on May 16th, which is four days before her expected period, and she has a regular cycle. But on May 20th, she was not on her period or today, May 21, 2018. But these past few days, she's been facing a lot of problems because of family reasons. Could it be that my girlfriend is pregnant, or the events that happened before her expected period could be the cause or her still not having her menstrual period?
My period is a week late with clear discharge, mild cramps, soreness on the sides of my stomach and the lower side. My breasts are swollen, and I have white and sometimes clear with white discharge coming out of my right nipple. I also have lower back pain. I've taken two dollar store brand pregnancy tests, and both were negative. Could I still be pregnant?
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