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    An_185103 posted:
    I am wondering wither I am pregnant or not. My ?period? this month was almost non existent, it was 3 days and light the whole time. That is not normal for me. My breasts are swollen, but not tender. I am really tired and lethargic. I feel nauseas, but not just in the morning. My sense of smell is heightened, sometimes makes me nauseous. Bloated. And am peeing a lot, but do that normally. I know these are a lot of symptoms of pregnancy, put my period was not completely missed. Is it likely that I am pregnant? I have not taken a test yet and I am scared to take one.
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    Lisating responded:
    The only way for you to know is to take a HPT....good luck.


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