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Suffering from cramps, heartburn and nausea, due for periods and UPT negative. Am I pregnant?

hi i am 7 days late and i am having cramps , heartburn , nausea , back pains really bloated weired feelings in tummy have taken two tests and negative 1 i didn t do right been off pill for month now but have had safe sex or so i thought 1 incident but didnt come inside and only put in few times what could this be and could i be pregnant
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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From your description the chances of pregnancy are remote. The delay in your periods is more likely to be due to stress and anxiety. Still it would be best to test your urine for pregnancy using a highly sensitive test kit.
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Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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