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On Nora Be. Why severe PMS? Am I pregnant? Take micronor?

I am on Nora Be. My last period was August 23, I have been taking it two months and never had severe PMS . This month I have noticed my nipples seem larger and extra perky, they were a little tender for a day or two but that went away. They also have odd goose bumps on them. Now I am experiencing cramps and keep thinking my period is coming but it never does. Is it possible I could be pregnant? I took a test two days ago and it was negative. I took Micronor for two years in college and still managed to have regular periods and little to no PMS. Thoughts?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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Sometimes the period can be delayed normally. Wait for a couple of days and then repeat Urine pregnancy test, as it could be negative if done earlier. Do not hesitate to contact back for any other queries. As you are on Mini pill and if you have regularly taken it without skipping it then its unlikely to be due to pregnancy.
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