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Is your cycle misbehaving? Like your usual N-day menstrual cycle is all of a sudden longer or shorter, or you're spotting where AF should be here in full force, or PMS symptoms but no sign of AF? And has it got you thinking (...pregnant?), or generally confused or stressed or time to call the OB/Gyn? CycleView your cycle! I pregnant? could something be wrong?

Posted by: ueckrobi on Fri Jun 1, 2012
My last period was around the 17th of April, I have never been late, Im almost exactly a month apart every month. The thing is, my husband works out of town this summer so we only see eachother for a few days each month, the last time on the 6-12th of May, and we were very careful. So as of now I am 2 weeks or so late, and all three pregnancy tests have been negative. If I am pregnant I would be at least 3.5-4 weeks pregnant. I have been cramping lightly for over a week and yesterday i had light spotting that happened once and hasnt happened since. Should I go to the Dr? or..? I have insurance through university but its a 60 min drive to campus so I have been trying to wait if its going to be un-nessasary. Any thoughts? never been pregnant before. :)
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