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Jamierae07 posted:
Here for the past week I have been feeling nauseous throughout the day, but I don't have any signs of a fever, I have been having really bad mood swings, some unusal cramping, frequent urination, and i have felt really tired lately. Over the past few days I have noticed that my eating habits have changed, for example I'm eating things I normaly don't like and i am eating more frequently. Could these be signs of pregnancy? Should i take a test? I don't know what to do, someone help!!!
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
Yes, those all could be signs of pregnancy. Take a test.
 
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Jamierae07 responded:
Ok I took a test this morning and it was negative. I still think I might be pregnant. What should I do?
 
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tlkittycat1968 replied to Jamierae07's response:
Wait a few days and test again. Some women take longer to show on a test than others.

Have you missed a period? If not, wait and see if you do an then take a test.
 
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Jamierae07 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
My last period lasted all of maybe 12 hours and that was last week it was a really light color red. I have noticed lately that when I rode the elevator at work I get sick and it hurts kinda in my lower stomach area.


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