Possible Pregnancy Very Worried

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Melissa087 - February 25

Hey, I just need a little insight on something that's been worrying me. I started my period on the first of the month and have been regular for the past four. Before that I was very irregular. No idea why they started getting on cue, I'm not on birth control. Anyways, around the middle of my mensies my fiance and I decided to risk it and not use a condom (a first) because I figured I could count on my ovulation to start around two weeks after. My period ended around the seventh and then I started spotting (I guess you could call it that, slightly pink discharge) on the sixteenth. That spotting later turned a dark brown and was never very heavy. It lasted eight days and just stopped today. Now I'm not having any sort of pre-menstrual symptoms except for sensitive, kind of tingly nipples and mood swings out the wazoo. I should be starting in a week and the most I've had are some mild cramps that come and go very rarely. Another odd thing, I love cilantro. I'll eat it on just about anything. Except today. The smell and taste of it threw me completely off and I couldn't finish eating my delicious enchilada. It broke my heart. My almost-hubby and I aren't exactly horrified by the idea that I might be pregnant, but it is a little scary. I'm very small framed. I'm 5 foot 6 and 85 pounds, so I don't think my body could handle something so overwhelming. And I absolutely hate the idea of a miscarriage. Any comments? I'd greatly appreciate them. Thanks very much in advance.

 

Melissa087 - February 25

Oh, I forgot to mention that I've taken about three tests, the last one being this morning and they were all negative. But after reading a lot of these posts it's obvious that the tests aren't at all reliable. I'm a little more worried now.

 

moescrilla - February 26

pregnancy tests are 99.9 percent accurate when used correctly. They will not be positive if you test before you expect your period (unless you get the early result test) and the early result tests only tests four days before your missed period. And- when you test 4 days before your period, its only like 69 percent accurate (with the first response test) So the test really isnt wrong, it looks like your testing a little early. Wait until at least the 3rd and take a test then.

 

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