Patient : I got my period last November the 10th and it was pretty normal. It lasted until that following Sunday, November the 13th, so it lasted about 4 days. I had sex without a condom the following Friday night, November the 18th. He did not cum inside of me, but he did pull out. Well, after Thanksgiving, around the 28th of November or so I started feeling sick, and a little constipated (Maybe it was because all of the food I ate over Thanksgiving). I usually poop after about 2 times a day or once everyday but I was getting to where I'd only poop every other day or so. That then made my stomach hurt. It wasn't unbearable pain, just mostly weird feeling. Well, it's now December the 6th, I took a pregnancy test a few days ago on Saturday, December the 3rd, at night, and it read negative. Then yesterday, December the 5th my breast started feeling sort of sore, and today they are even worse, not necessarily my nipples, but just my breast in general, so I'm still worried I may be pregnant, even though I am not yet late for my period, but it should be coming in the next few days or so.... Other facts about me are: I have been having backaches, but that is really nothing new for me, I have backaches all the time because I have big boobs (DDD) and I don't exercise like I should (I have used a heating pad on my back for a long while now, like for a few years). I also don't drink very much water like I should and I do drink a lot of coffee drinks in the mornings. I don't really exercise and I tend to go to bed late at night and I have to be up at 6:00 am for college classes in the mornings. I've also been stressing A LOT with thinking I'm pregnant, and with finals exams and trying to pass my classes. I've also been dealing with a lot throughout this whole year in general.... But the real question is, could I be pregnant?
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