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nipples are sore, my cervix is high and soft, i get dizzy

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Hi i have been ttc with my husband for nine months. I am eight day late and i have never missed a period. My nipples are sore, my cervix is high and soft, i get dizzy spells, im bloated, and have more of an appitite then what is normal for me. All signs point to pregnant except i have taken three hpt and they have all been negative. I took a blood test on wednesday but i havent gotten my results back yet. I just wanted to know if it is foolish to have my hopes up still. Some information would be great. Thankyou!
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replied November 16th, 2011

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Your symptoms are suggestive of pregnancy.Urine test can take time to give accurate results as they require a particular amount of concentration of the hormone to give positive result and usually after a missed period it can take 10 to 15 days to show up.
You can get a beta blood hcg test done which is accurate for pregnancy determination.Kinldy visit a gynaecologist for pelvic examination as well.
Take care!

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