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Hi, I am now 8 days late on my period i took a pregnancy test 2 days ago and it came out negative , i am extremely tired , i had slight cramps off and on but there weren't the same as period cramps and now i really don't have them , i also get cravings for food , and have headaches , I also feel like my face is hot. Please help I just want to know if I'm pregnant already
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jan 2010
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  User's Response
Hey honey im also 14 and im experiencing a similar matter, but dont asume your preganant if you missed a period it is normal for younger women as it take up to 4 years for your period to settle into a normal pattern even then you wont bleed on your exact date i have never bled on an exact date ive sometimes beeen two months late but this can be a problem when you are having sex!. if you have took 2 test both negative but you still have a hunch your pregnant but you dont want to go to a doctor rather buy another test or wait a little while longer to see if your period comes, or go to a clinic and they will tll you.... x
Answered: Thu, 12 May 2011
  User's Response

Honey, sometimes because it is late it doen't mean you are pregnant unless of course you've had sex and the ejaculation was done inside...sometimes the lateness is due to a change of cycle or because you may be too worried about you period that your body is delaying the flow.....Watch out when you least expect there may a gush of blood..... Hope this has calmed you down!!!!!!!!!!!

Answered: Thu, 21 Jan 2010
  Anonymous's Response

Your symptoms suggest that you might be pregnant..if th eurin etest is negative, go in for a blood test to determine pregnant or not which is more accurate than the urine test.

Answered: Thu, 21 Jan 2010
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