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Hello. I am a 22 year old female. I have recently developed many symptoms of pregnancy, however last might my urine test came back negative. Within the last 4-6 weeks i have gained almost 12 pounds, developed random acne on my back and forehead, had nausea, bloating, constipation, wake up in the middle of the night drenched in sweat and am sweating cold sweat constantly during the day, I am extremely fatigued despite adequate rest. I am wondering if I could actually be pregnant? Or my body is just mimicking symptoms? Help!


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replied May 19th, 2017
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Hello,
Truly speaking, all of yours symptoms are vague enough and not suggestive of pregnancy.Just tell me whether have you missed any cycle or not.If not, then wait for it. And if you missed it and the pregnancy testing is negative, wait for a while.This delay and symptoms can be due to stress, anxiety or tension and never due to the pregnancy.


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