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latley i have been feeling tired, moody,cramps ( not period cramps ),feeling sick after eating meals, swollon bloated stomach and very frequent unitation. swollown breats and tenderness and spots around nipples and darkening around nipples. has any one have any idea\\\'s or had the same symptoms as me. plz give advice as very needed.

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replied June 11th, 2010
Am I Pregnant Answer A13074

Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am glad to help you out. These are the signs which are seen in pregnancy and hence pregnancy needs to be ruled out first especially if you had had unprotected sexual intercourse. It can be done by doing a urine for pregnancy test if you have missed your periods. Serum beta HCG level is a more sensitive test and an ultrasound of the uterus will also assist in the confirmation of the diagnosis. I sincerely hope this helps. Take care.

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