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Kay Feb 21, 2015 06:18:20 AM ET

My last period was on jan 27th. since the 12th of feb, i've had sex every other day. i've felt bloated and tired. i had sex last night, and i've just come on my period. does that mean there is no chance i could be pregnant? thanks.

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Guest Feb 16, 2015 11:09:46 AM ET

I'm 34, and i had my last period on the 18th of january 2015. until now the show hasn't come. could i pregnant? how soon can i take a home test?

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Guestjordi79 Feb 8, 2015 04:19:10 AM ET

My last period was on december 9th to the 29th 2014. i was on it for 21 days. then, i got it on the 13th of january. supposedly, i ovulated on the 3rd or 4th of this month. i am 5dpo and feeling nauseous and light headed. could it be from implantation or what?

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Guest Feb 7, 2015 02:37:41 PM ET

I am confused. my period is due on the 19th of january 2015. i took a test yesterday, and got a faint positive. now, i feel different, but i don't have spotting, just cramps. i think i had a chemical pregnancy recently. has any one else had no spotting but only cramps? it said i should be 3 weeks 6 days today.

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Guest Feb 2, 2015 04:40:04 PM ET

Hi. i had my period on january 11th. then, i had unprotected sex on january 21st. today, february 2nd, i'm experiencing a lot of cramping, dizziness, and blood. what does this most likely mean?

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Guest Jan 26, 2015 11:52:33 PM ET

I want to have a baby boy. my last period was from the 21st of jan, 2015 to the 25th of jan, 2015. on which date should i have sex to have baby boy? please guide me. i am awaiting for your early reply. thanks.

Martika Feb 15, 2015 10:49:52 PM ET

It will happen. just don't stress a lot and take prenatals. the best ones are the ones your doctor prescribed.

Tee Feb 16, 2015 08:06:43 PM ET

You sound like your on the same cycle as me. i'm on my 2ww and i'm feeling pregnant.

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Guest Jan 20, 2015 01:03:53 AM ET

Hello. i have been on the pill, but missed my period on friday, the 9th of jan. i then had unprotected sex on the 10th and 11th of jan. according to my period, i was in my most fertile phase of my cycle, like 3 days before i ovulate. after i ovulated, i started having my period, but it lasted about 3 days. does this mean i could be pregnant?

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Guest Jan 14, 2015 07:47:17 PM ET

Hello all. i never had late period. i had sex on dec, 27 2014, and ovulated on the 28th. i was supposed to get my menstrual on jan 11. today, jan 14th, i have no menstrual, and all the tests so far are negative. could i still get a positive pregnant test?

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amonet520 Jan 13, 2015 12:33:08 PM ET

Hello, my period was supposed to start on 1/9/15, which means i am now 5 days late and am now roughly 19dpo. i took one test on sunday 1/12 and another today. both urine tests came back negative. could i be pregnant? my average cycle is 28 days, and i am now on cycle day 33. i am also experiencing very very light cramping.

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Guest Dec 31, 2014 07:04:28 AM ET

I have a 24 day cycle, but i am on my 29th day, so i have a missed period. am i pregnant?

Vero Jan 1, 2015 12:00:03 PM ET

It sounds like you might be pregnant :). taking a pregnancy test now should be ok.

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