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10/04/2016 at 11:20
Hi, I seem to be having the majority of the pregnancy symptoms posted on this webpage. I had a UTI "concern" last week. However the past week I've been feeling very sick, no apitite, dizzy spells, headaches, blocked and then runny nose (no cold or flu tho), bouts of constipation then a bout of diarrhea, lower back ache and pain, Lower abdomen pain, stomach cramps and sharp pains, slight twinges in stomach around belly button and abdomen, aching boobs with sharp pains through nipples and boob on and off, leg aches, heartburn, exhausted but cannot sleep. Hot flushes at night time. Yesterday morning I gagged at the smell of bacon and egg!! My favourite! And fought all day to keep breakfast down as I am doing today, as well as just having a case of diarrhoea (TMI sorry). So over sensitive I want to cry at everything! However a home test yesterday was negative and one today had a vertical line to show test worked and then a faint horizontal line (supposed to be vertical tho??) where the positive line should appear. Should I wait a week and do a home test or should I go Drs for a blood test to see if pregnant? I'm only 19 and not sure what I'm doing ! Please help of anyone can :) thank you
10/04/2016 at 14:02
Advice please. I'm really at a loss! :(
10/04/2016 at 22:15
When should your period arrive?
11/04/2016 at 11:31
2 days ago and still nothing.
11/04/2016 at 11:47
I'd take another test. Generally first response are good for early testing when your hormones might not be that strong
11/04/2016 at 12:26
Thank you! I'll do that :)
11/04/2016 at 17:51
About half an hour I notice a small brown splodge in my underwear. However when I later went for a wee and wiped there was nothing on the tissue. I normally start my period off brown but ALWAYS wipe and find womb lining and a lot more brown stuff (too much info there I do apologise) could this be implantation spotting? There has been no morw since but I feel sick and very shaky.
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