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27 Sep 2006
just wanna know because i'm scared of taking tests. what happened is i had sex on the 16/9 and i was on my periods but the following day they just disappeared(it was the third day and they usually take a full 7days,my cycle is 28 days), i started feeling a bit nauseas but dismissed the fact that i could be preggies. i had sex again on 25/9 and now my breast are sore and i'm forever tired. what are the early pregnancy symptoms and how soon can i get them? when can i do a pregnancy test? could i be pregnant?
You will only be able to do a preganncy test if you next period is late, i.e. round about October 13th. It is too early for pregnancy ymptoms
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