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Headache and painful nipples

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so i havent had my period yet and my nipples have been hurting for more than 4 days now. i also have a mild tension headache and cravings for specific foods. ive also had unproctected sex with my fiance for 2 months straight and im curios as to what ur opinion is as to if i might be pregnant or not. i still plan to test but i don't have that appointment till the 13 of march


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replied February 26th, 2009
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According to the symptoms you reported pregnancy can not be neither confirmed nor ruled out. The symptoms you mentioned appear in pregnancy, but are not specific enough to confirm it. Also, your period might be just late for several days which is not uncommon.
You might want to use home pregnancy urine test while you wait for the appointment. Anyway, the physical exam at the doctor would determine for sure if pregnancy occurred or not.


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