I've been feeling bloated, kind of severe back pain, constipation, &cramps. Is it my period or am I pregnant? Haven't experience obvious preg. Syptoms

If in doubt, test. Even though your symptoms are rather suggesting a different condition, if there is a chance for pregnancy you have to test since symptoms are highly unreliable. Alternatively a sick visit with your physician should help in managing the condition that is causing you the above symptoms.

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