You should definitely take a pregnancy test if your period is two weeks late, especially considering you haven't had a period since January. If your test comes back negative and you're still feeling sick please call your doctor.
I had my period from March 24th until the 29th. On April 11th I started ovulating. I had unprotected sex from April 1st through the 9th. My period was due on April 21st. It came, but stopped completely on April 23rd. On the 24th, it started again, but it was brownish blood. For the first two days, it wasn’t heavy at all, but I did notice scar tissue as well as tiny blood clots. I am experiencing all pregnancy symptoms. Two days before my period started, I took a pregnancy test, and it was negative. Could I possibly be pregnant, or is it just my period?
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?
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