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I have been feeling sick lately... im nauseous when i wake up and throughout the day as well. my breasts are really sore i have headaches just some minor ones im dizzy and im getting cramping in my lower stomach.... and im just wondering if these are the symptoms of pregnancy and plus im not suppose to be getting my period until the 15th of june!

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replied May 29th, 2010
Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Answer A12613
Welcome to ehealth forum.

The symptoms that you are having (nausea, sore breasts, abdominal cramps, dizziness) suggest early symptoms of pregnancy.
Discus with your healthcare provider about them, and get a urine pregnancy test or a blood pregnancy test done to confirm/rule out pregnancy.
If the abdominal cramps are getting worse or get accompanied with spotting rush to your healthcare provider or Emergency room, it could signal a possibility of miscarriage.

Take care.

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