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Hi Ive been having a few symptoms that have made me believe that I may be pregnant. Ive had swollen breast for about a week and they are very sensitive to touch. I have a lot of dizziness and nausea. About a week ago I had some blood after going to the bathroom. it was a little bit. Idk if its too early too find out but I've never had swollen breast and they are very painful.


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replied February 20th, 2011
Am I Pregnant Answer A19858
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Your symptoms (swollen breasts, sensitive and tender breasts, dizziness, nausea, spotting) do suggest possibility of pregnancy. Consider visiting your doctor/gynecologist for a thorough examination and blood HCG test to confirm/rule out pregnancy. Blood HCG tests can accurately detect pregnancy as early as 11 days post conception.
Take care.



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