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35 Days Late

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I am feeling kind of nervous --
I am 18 years old and I have been having sex for 2 years now.
My period has a regular cycle of 30 days, and I am currently 35 days late.
About 2-2 1/2 weeks ago I took an at-home pregnancy test with a negative result.
My friends suggested that I should wait and not to worry about it too much (I have had scares before in the past and they turned out fine--I have never been this late though)

I am not on birth control.
I did use a condom....

During my first two weeks my symptoms included fatigue, bloating, and tender breasts. However, I took into consideration that these things happen before your period, or even when your period is late you tend to become bloated.

However, my breasts have been hurting a lot more lately. My nipples seem to be constantly erect (I have limited which bras I can use now, hehe) and I have been feeling strange things in my abdomen. Usually they are not too painful, but sometimes I do get an extreme pain where I feel like I could not move due to it.

My nipples have been a little itchy lately, and more prominent and dark around the edges also.

Among other things, my appetite has curved, I have gained a small ammount of weight, and I have been urinating more frequently... No sickness, but I have been feeling very light headed lately also, and standing for awhile (like at work) seems to be difficult sometimes--that could be included with fatigue.

Overall--should I worry, or wait to take another test?
---Help !

Thanks
-Kelly<br><br>Post edited by: acas, at: 2006/11/29 18:12

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