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This past may i missed a period and i worried the entire month. I waited three weeks after i was supposed to have my period and took two different pregnancy tests that were both negative. The guy I was with at that time used the pull out method and I know that method is exactly fool-proof. I got my period in the first week of June. It was light and lasted about 5 days. I pushed all worries out of my mind about being pregnant even though I "felt" like I could be. I had some nausea and an increased appetite in May but I just chalked it up to my upcoming period or it being all in my head. Even though I keep telling myself Im not pregant its hard to shake that feeling. Maybe its just pregnancy paranoia hahaha.
I had almost managed to make myself forget about it and then my sister talked to me about what happened to her in college and the time she got pregnant. She took HPTs and they all said negative but she felt pregnant and experienced an increased appetite and dizziness. She didn't know for sure that she was pregnant until she had a miscarriage.
I think that may be what I am afraid of most, being pregnant and not knowing until its too late.
I talked to my doctor about it but she said because I had a period that I probably wasn't pregnant. I just have no idea what to do. I am not even seeing the guy that I was with at that time. I don't really want to talk to anyone that I know about this, I don't know why but I dont. Should I take another HPT? Should I go to the doctor? Or should I just chill out because I'm not pregnant? I am open to hear anyone's thoughts about this.
(and i forgot to add that once again my period is a few days late)
Personally, I wouldn't worry, but if it would ease your mind, take another test. I've had that happen before, more than a few times, and was never pregnant. For me, when my period is that late, and if it's light, I feel yucky....the nausea and such. Good luck :)
"Have faith in yourself and in the direction you have chosen." Ralph Marston