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My partner and I have being trying for a baby we had sex on the ovilation day! I have soar breast can c blue veins can't feel them but I am having a little cramping could I be pregant? What r my chances?

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replied April 19th, 2013
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The possible symptoms that are common in pregnancy include - Missed periods, Breast tenderness, Nausea in the early morning, Vaginal discharge from pinkish white to brownish, Spotting, Fatigue and Increased urge to urinate.

Tell tale signs and symptoms associated with pregnancy, are usually nonspecific and can be associated with many other conditions. Hence they cannot be reliable to diagnose or confirm pregnancy.

Pregnancy can only be confirmed by getting a urine or blood test, which checks for presence or estimates the level of HCG hormone in the sample.

Pregnancy tests can be done at least 1 day after a missed period. In case of doubts, getting a second test after 1 week of missing a period, should provide a clear idea about status of pregnancy.

I hope this helps.

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