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Think you could be pregnant? What early pregnancy signs and symptoms are you having? Have you taken one or more pregnancy tests yet (early pregnancy tests before your missed period, or after you're late...)? If negative, have you checked in with the doc yet?

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Cramps & Fatigue After Barely Missed Period

Posted by: SuzyN on Mon Dec 23, 2013

My cycle is normally between 30 and 32 days long. I believe I ovulated on day 15. On day 19, I was in a somewhat mild but stressful car accident. No one was hurt and my only injuries were mild seatbelt injuries which my chiropractor is handling, but I was afraid that the stress of the accident would end any possibility of pregnancy this month. On day 32, the latest day I'd expect my period, I had very light spotting. I assumed my period was starting. But there was no spotting after that. On day 34, I got a little dizzy and slightly nauseous after lunch, which continued off and on throughout the day, and I was irritable, emotional, had cramps, backache, and started breaking out in acne. I thought that I was either setting up for a doozy of a period, or pregnant. Then on day 35, I got a positive pregnancy test. :) I am now day 36, hoping to get in to see my provider tomorrow. I've been tired and mild-moderate cramping all weekend. The cramps have scared me a little, but from everything I read online, cramps are normally unless they REALLY hurt. So hoping for the best!!! And hoping the cramps and fatigue go away soon!

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