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Ever since I can remember I have had a very regular period. 28 days apart and last for 5 days. Well last month I started 3 days early and it was just a light red spotting. This lasted for 3 days. This month i haven't started. I'm 5 days late. I've taken the first signal pregnancy test from Walmart and I've gotten a negative. I'm having dizziness, light cramping, sore breast and I am very tired. Do you think I'm pregnant? Should I wait a few days and take another test? Or should I just go to the doctors for a blood test?
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