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Can I get some opinions please?

I think I may be pregnant.  I am five days late but it is only possible that at the most I am 3 weeks along and the test came out negative, (I'm thinking maybe it's too early to detect?)  but these are my symptoms:

of course the late period
sore and swollen breasts
24/7 nausea, but im almost constantly hungry
i'm having a constant clearish white discharge
i have very sudden bad headaches everyday for the last few days
i'm also having mild cramps, like period cramps, except mine are usually way worse than this (and theres no period)
i also did not use protection on my most fertile days not thinking about it, we used the "withdraw" method
im not on birth control

So does anyone have any answers or has anyone experienced this during early pregnancy?
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1470528 tn?1324694321
there are high chances that you might be pregnant.. the withdrawal method is just not a birth control method.. it's highly unreliable.. you should go for a test.. symptoms though are not same to all neither are they confirmatory signs of pregnancy.. only a test can confirm that... wait for at least 4 more days and go for an hpt then.. it will be 99% accurate.. and if you are not ready for a pregnancy use other methods of birth control like condom or birth control pill.. good luck..
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You may be pregnant, I found out at 5 weeks. I took a pregnancy test the day before my period was supposed to start and the test came back negative, so the next day I took one for the hell of it, expecting it to be negative but to my surprise it was positive. Every woman and every pregnancy is different. I would go to my Doctor and have them do a test and maybe some blood work.
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