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Too early or could I be?

Posted by: Ali89 on Sat Mar 20, 2010

Sorry if any of this is TMI but anyones help/opinions would be appreciated!

My last AF was 24th March but I had sex on the 24th and 26th and my AF just suddenly ended. (usually last upto 4 days).

A week after AF suddenly disappeared again, I've just had a feeling that I'm pregnant, even though we didn't have sex during OV I'm confused.

My average cycle is usually 25-28 days and never usually late. AF is supposed to arrive tomorrow but am having no signs of arrival yet, when usually I'd know round about now that she was on her way!

For the last few days I've been so tired, soon as I wake up and all through the day I just want to sleep. No tender breasts but lots of mid back ache and bloating. Some smells have upset my stomach and I've been getting headaches and nausea throughout the day which are normally rare for me and I feel hotter than usual, all the time. So much so that I've not bothered wearing a jacket all week when the weather is awful.

I realise I might just be worrying too much or imagining I'm pregnant, resulting in me experiencing all these symptoms but I'd really appreciate your opinions. Thank you! :/

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