Me and my husband have sex frequently so its hard to judge when it happened. But I started having some symptoms almost 2 and half weeks ago. I took a pregn test 3 days ago whixh would havemade my ayptoms only have been happening two weeks. I started out with lower back pains than I started having headaches/migranes. Than a few days later my stomaxh startes acheing a lot. Now its to the point where my stomach aches rvery time I eat for a small period of time. The headaches have eased off. Now I am just getting nasueous after eating as well as stomach aches and cramps. Lower back pains and my nipples and breast have been pretty sore. Iv also noticed the nipple and circle around them have gotten bigger. I have noticed my stomaxh area has gained some weigh. Oh and I am also peeing ALOT! Like every thirty minutes or so. Sometimes less. My period is not due till next week. Butt I have been cramping nd more painful than normal period cramps. Please help me... AM I MOST LIKELY PREGNATE?
It is a little early to test at home. You need to wait until your period is late then test. It is too early for low back pains to be caused by pregnancy unless there is a problem. You know, I would just recommend that you see your gynecologist asap. You could be pregnant or it could be something else going on like a urinary tract infection. Does it burn when you pee? UTI would cover the back pain and frequent urination-those dont usually happen in early pregnancy. Breast soreness is common in early pregnancy but it may also be PMS. Headaches and nausea could be caused by UTI, PMS or pregnancy so your best bet is to see your Dr for an examination and a pregnancy test in the office (which is much more sensitive than a home test) Nausea in pregnancy is usually before you eat. So it is too hard to say. You should see your Dr because it sounds like something out of the ordinary is going on and it is possible you could be pregnant. Frequent sex can lead to UTI (and pregnancy if you are not using protection) I'm thinking it may be something else because if your period isnt due until next week, it is pretty early for pregnancy symptoms to be popping up. If you had a period three weeks ago then you wouldnt be very far along and most women have no idea they are pregnant until they are 6-8 weeks. If you are not wanting to be pregnant and it turns out that you are not pregnant then you might ask the gynecologist about a birth control method if you do not use one currently.
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