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Am I pregnant or could it be something else?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 6, 2006
  • 05:50 AM

I am having a few symptoms... I am afraid i may be pregnant (though i took a urine test and it came up negative)
but I want to see if there could be other reasons for all of my symptoms?

Ive been getting headaches all the time (when normally i never do)
Hot and cold flashes
Ive been hungry but nothing sounds good, i finally got a little appetite tonight but now im feeling a little bit nauseated again.
Nausea on and off throughout the day
I missed my period, and i have had slight cramping in my lower stomach.

Im getting checked at the doctor tomarrow to see if I am pregnant. If its not pregnancy though, i have no idea what it could be.

It cant be the flu because my symptoms have been going on a long time, the chills and the nausea and backaches just started within the last 2 weeks. Every day i wake up thinking its over, but i get up and i still feel the same.

My boobs are not swollen, but they are a little tender...
Are swollen breasts one of the first symptoms? Does that happen to everyone?

I keep expecting my period but it wont come!

haha, i obviously know nothing about pregnancy.. but im sure that makes sense being only 18 years old.


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  • Okay first of all, pregnancy is a beautiful thing. Second of all, UNTIL you go to the doc to determine for sure.... Swollen breasts, missed period, nausea, everything you have mentioned is favorable for being pregnant and just being stressed. This had happened to me and I have never ended up pregnant due to this. Don't worry, find out for sure. If being pregnant isn't something you had planned, try using some sort of birth control until you are ready, and if you are pregnant, be happy its your child. God Bless.
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