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    does it sound like i am?
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    An_220311 posted:
    my last period was january 17th. my lower back hurts really bad every now and then. breast a little sore, i dont have much of an appitie
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    gina111183 responded:
    have you taken a test??
     
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    Sn0wWhiteQu33n responded:
    symptoms of pregnancy:

    A Missed Period

    Frequent Trips to the Bathroom

    Fatigue: Utter exhaustion

    Morning (and Noon and Night!) Sickness, Nausea:

    Sore (and Enlarged) Breasts:

    Headaches

    Food cravings or aversions

    Mood swings

    Cramps

    Spotting

    Nipple Darkening

    Bloating

    Constipation

    Basal Body Temperature

    Nesting: The urge to clean

    A higher sexual urge

    Dizziness, light headed
     
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    GigiSage replied to Sn0wWhiteQu33n's response:
    Pregnancy symptoms mean nothing if you are not pregnant. Those are all generalized symptoms that could easily be attributed to other causes.

    The only way to for sure know if you are pregnant is either by ultrasound or pregnancy test. If you believe you are pregnant then you should take an HPT or make an appointment with your doctor for a blood test.


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