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i need advice ,please .

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1 year ago
well i removed my IUD on 12/03/12 i was spotting from 12/01/12 to 12/05/12 then stopped on the 12/07/12 or 12/08/12 i had my period for five days ended on 12/13/12 or 12/14/12 (completely spaced out on these day, sorry) then for the next two weeks i had unprotected sex for three days through those two weeks . after that i started feeling off :sore breast, nausea,urinating alot,craving food i normally wont eat,head aches,dizzy spells, and lower back and abdominal pain. On 01/02/13 i went to clinic and had a test done it was negative(my guest its too early) now its the 01/08/13 and still no period so im either one or two days late now . i took test this morning it was negative ,any advice would help . should i wait till the 13 or 14th to test again??

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1 year ago
so theres news , i read over the paper work and it didnt say i had blood work to see if im pregnant but there wasnt any blood work done only a urine a call comfirmed it . Well i decided to wait till next month to test is that a good idea ?
1 year ago
im still feeling breast tenderness now there heavy and sensitive on the nipples ,craving a bit ,urinating more seems like every second ,nausea but only once vomited ,fatigue major fatigue ,and my smell seems to be enhansed . any advise? 
1 year ago
see your doctor again and ask for a blood test. It's important to know for sure if you are pregnant.

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