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Could you be pregnant if you are two weeks late and have had 3 negative hpts and have regular periods but you have slightly sore or tender breasts and you have fatigue and the nasuea has went away?

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2015-07-15 21:41:23
2015-07-15 21:41:23

You could be pregnant, but it doesn't sound like it, did you recently change your diet or begin exercising? Both can cause periods to be late or in some cases, extreme work outs or unhealthy crash diets (anorexia), can cause periods to stop all together. There is also another possibility, if you had unsafe sex that could lead to pregnancy then it could also lead to STD's, in any case, go to the doctor!

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You can tell you're pregnant by: Tender breasts Missed period Nausea Cramps Fatigue Cravings Headaches/Backaches

Yes, you could be. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period

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It usually is not a sign, but it is very common among pregnant women! So maybe it should be a sign! Your signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue

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its lucky, but there are probably no "no signs" your breasts are probably swelling, and you are starting to gain weight. you are also probably feeling symptoms of iron deficency, like fatigue, or headaches

yes it is posuble you could be pregnant, some women bleed all the way through there pregnancy, normally it is lighter tho.

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