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iam i pregnant

By February 27, 2010 - 12:21pm
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iam really worried i could be pregnant! iam very tierd but find it hard to sleep, i feel very sick mainly at night, have headaches, feel very bloated and have lots of wind, 2weeks ago i had very itchy nipples but my boobs are not sore i then had what i thought was a period but it was different very light and not much red blood was just brown like when iam coming off didnt use any tampax which is not normal, iam due to have my next period in 2weeks but have period pains now and am moody and tearful. i came off the pill 5months ago and have been using withdraw method, do you think i could be pregnant with these symptoms.

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thank you for ur reply, i done a test this evening and it came back negative! iam still not convinced though, i just dont feel right and iam sure iam putting on weight! sickness still hasnt eased and i dont feel with it! if u know what i mean! mayb its just all in my head, i will just wait and see if i have a normal period this month.

March 1, 2010 - 1:57pm
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Hi Boo!

Thanks for your question and welcome!

To give you an answer: you may or may not be pregnant! Not every helpful, eh?

The withdrawal method does work some women but is not as reliable as condoms or the birth control pill.

You may simply have had a very light period last month. The best thing you can do is take a pregnancy test. You can take one now, or wait until your next period should be due (two weeks).

Your symptoms are signs of both pregnancy and PMS although itchy nipples and night sickness veer more toward signs of pregnancy.

Right now, it's too difficult to tell but a pregnancy test is a good idea. Will you keep us updated?

February 27, 2010 - 1:08pm
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