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I am sixteen and i had sex in febuary, i had pregnancy symptoms, my period came but it was very very very light and i had no cramps or any of the normal symptoms i usually have on period. So i went to a walk in clinic and got a blood test taken and it came up negative but to this day im still have those pregnancy symptoms, so what else could it be?

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Pregnancy "symptoms" are a completely unreliable way to determine if you are pregnant or not, especially because most common pregnancy-related symptoms are also symptoms to a number of other much more common ailments from regular homornal shifts, to indigestion, to stress, to worry, to bowel irregularity, what have you...

If a blood test you had done at a clinic came up negative, and if you report having your period, even if it was light (irregularity can happen) it's very safe to assume you're not pregnant, it's likely you've just got some other body wonkiness going on. What sort of things are you feeling, exactly?

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