Could I Maybe Be Pregnant?

I had my last period April 18th. I had unprotected love April 26, 27, 29 and May 2. My boyfriend pulled out even though we both know its not the best thing to do. I'm not sure if I was ovulating when we had love. I had went to the gyno for a check up on May 13 and the pregnancy urine test was negative and she said everything was great. When I came home I went to the bathroom and when I whipped I had very light pink, I haven't had anything since. I had white discharge the other morning. I'm starting to become very moody, hungry alot, my sense of smell has increased, I feel nauseous every night, and the other night I was extremly gassy. On Friday I woke up with the worst migraine and the worst case of nausea but I couldn't get myself to throw up plus my back and neck were killing me. I'm late on my period by a few days, but I've taken two tests and they are both negative. Do I have any chance of being pregnant?

Jane doe asked on 23 May '11 at 14:43

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Krish g answer on 31 May '12 at 02:30

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