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    Default Extreme sore breasts, cramps, late period but negative pregnancy trst

    I hadn't taken the pill for about a week (wasnt planned to stop taking it I ran out and then when I went to the chemist my script was expired, then couldn't get appointment at doctors for couple days and we renovating and just so busy with my twins) but I didn't think it was such a big deal as I'm 35 and my husband works away a lot. Anyway when he came home it had been a week since I took it, he was home for a week and left a week ago and I went and got another prescription. Since then my boobs have been so sore it feels like cheese graters are attacking my nipples, the feeling of clothes or a bra touching them is unbearable. Ive had major cramping and I'm moody and sensitive. I'm that exhausted with my twins I actually cant remember when ky last period was as Im bot always regular even though I take the pill. Although I have a faint memory it was about a month ago. I took a home pregnancy test yesterday and it was negative. Do you think it is the hormones from coming off the pill or that I'm pregnant but its too early to tlshow on a test? I would be about a week and a half pregnant. I have appointment at doctors tomorrow but I'm just stressing. This obviously wouldn't be plsnned but my husband is actually a hit excited and hoping I am so I'm jot worried about thst it is just the unknown. HELP

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    After I had and breastfed my first child I would always get sore breasts and sensitive npls when I am ovulating. I always get cramps then too.

    So maybe, maybe not. A blood test will show up before a urine test though.

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    Just had a blood test so will find out tomorrow. Doctor seemed to think I would be pregnant and that it wasn't just hormones but he was about 21 so not sure. Will find out tomorrow I guess

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    Good luck. No advice sorry

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    Just phoned doctor and they wouldn't give result over the phone anf said I have to see doctor but can't get appointment until tomorrow. Why didn't they tell me that yesterday after I had blood test and I would hsve made an appointment there and then for today. The nurse just told me to ring

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    I would be down there right now demanding an answer. I would have flipped. I got my results over the phone.

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    Were they positive or negative results? I'm angry that the nurse didn't tell me yesterday that I would need an appointment today, she said just ring. Now I don't know if she made a mistske or if something is wrong.

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    They were positive. Ring back and speak to office senior or manager

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    I've always been able to speak to a nurse or dr to get hcg results!

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    The receptionists aren't allowed to give out results, but usually they put you through to the nurse who does tell you results. It's ridiculous that they are making you make another appt to find out.


 

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