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could i be pregnant?

By Anonymous December 10, 2010 - 1:02pm
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Last week i took a hpt and saw a very faint(+).. so i made an dr appt to confirm it but the test was (-). i started telling my dr about the things that hav been happening with me: stinging feeling in my breasts, creamy white discharge, headaches, lower dull backaches, menstrual like cramps(my cycle is weird its 25-34 days so it should or could start any day now) but ive been cramping for atleast a week n a half(not normally what happens), and ive had a very tender lower stomach. So my doc did a pelvic exam and noticed my uterus was growing. he then immd. left the rm and came back 30 mins later with a female dr whom began to tell me they think i could be pregnant even thou the test was (-). and sd that the symptoms im having are signs of pregnacy and the fact that my uterus is growing tells them that. they want me to come back in a week, to do another test and ultrasound. but today i started having a change in my discharge.. its now very sticky and clear and slimmy i guess.do u thnk im pregnant ?:-)

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For the most part my discharge is milky white... the sticky stuff happened wen i was moving the dresser and bed in my home around. also i wanted to say my las period was Nov 10th. is it possible to be even ovulating now?? i havnt had intercourse in maybe a bout a week.. im soo confused i appologize for all the comments but im really scared ... ive had cramps for almost two weeks now and a irritating stinging feeling in my breasts. that has happened in my second pregnacy but the uterus thing is new.. and has me very nervous its not a bundle of joy. well any advice would be greatly appreciated and welcomed. thanks to you for your help and god bless. :-)

December 10, 2010 - 6:45pm
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