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    pregnant or too much beer?!
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    An_185104 posted:
    For the past two weeks I've been drinking beer on and off going to weddings, cook outs, hanging with friends etc and drinking a decent amount of beer. Usually I can shake any queasyness for beer consumption the next day but have been feeling queasy just doing our daily walk. My breasts feel extra heavy and I feel very emotional and my stomach feels harder to the touch. I don't know if I should test for preganancy since I had my last period 7/17 or if I damaged my liver! I don't eat an awful lot and exercise by walking every day for at least an hour but everything feels fuller and not budging.
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Dear Anon_55205,

    It is not wise to continuing drinking if you're wondering whether or not you're pregnant. Nor is it smart if you're concerned about your liver's health.

    If your last period was a normal period, then it would be too early to have pregnancy symptoms. However, you can have bleeding during pregnancy that mimics a period, so you may want to consider taking a Pregnancy Test if you're not sure.

    Please consider seeing your doctor. He or she can help you get to the bottom of this.

    Yours in health,

    Byroney


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