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brown discharge, sensitive nipples, breast pain?

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My last period was the 21st of February and i have been cramping quite a bit this week from Mon 21st March from it being really uncomfortable to dull light pains i put a tampon as i thought i may start and when i took it out i saw a tiny bit of brown discharge along with some white my nipples are sensitive and now and then my breasts will ache, i had some nausea but other than that no other symptons could i be pregnant?


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replied March 27th, 2011
brown discharge, sensitive nipples, breast pain?
Hi
Welcome to ehealthforum,
The symptoms (absent periods, mild cramps, brown discharge, sensitive nipples, breast pain, nausea) could be suggestive of pregnancy. If you had been sexually active after your last periods, chances of pregnancy cannot be ruled out. Look out for development of any other new symptoms suggestive of early pregnancy. Visit your doctor/gynecologist for examination (to confirm signs of pregnancy like changes in breasts, vaginal, cervix etc) and blood HCG test to confirm/rule out pregnancy.
Take care.



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