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A home pregnancy test is generally pretty accurate if used after the date of your expected period. If you had sex, you could be pregnant, but if you were worried about being pregnant you could unintentially cause the symptoms you are experiencing, as well as disrupting your normal cycle. Either way, grab a test just to be sure.

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