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can i be pregnant?

ok so im 16 me and my boyfriend have always had unprotected sex except with withdrawl. Lately i have been feeling like vomiting, ive been having some bad cramps every now and them, my back has been bothering me, ive been urinating more, and non stop eattin, but i had my period on the 26 instead of today when i would normally start and it usually last 5 or 6 days it only lasted 3 so i took a home pregnancy test but it was negative and i have been feeling this way for a week now so can i possibly be pregnant?? even though the test was negative
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1527510 tn?1392301344
The 'withdrawal method' doesn't work and is not a proper use of birth control, it can and does still cause pregnancy!

If you've had your period, and the flow was normal, then chances are you're NOT pregnant and you've just had an off cycle. Could be that you just have a bug which is making your feel this way, and this can also cause irregularities in your cycles too.
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retest within a week if no period, then if nothing see a doc, something could be wrong with your cycle or you could be prego but not showing up on the test yet. how long are your cycles usually/
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1639915 tn?1378929213
was your period heavy or light? Did you test with fmu? I would retest in a few days if you still have the same issues
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