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Are tiredness, sore/tender breasts, noises in intestine the signs of pregnancy ?

i want this to be private hello im 12 and i went on this website for fun a pregnancy test online an they all say i am pregnant but i am getiing abit ill i am felling tired more often im gettiing craps my breasts are devolping and are tender/sore and my intestines are making more noises please reply back could this be true :/ dont tell anyone please
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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Mar 2013
I appreciate your question
You mentioned that you are 12.
Are you sexually active, and do you have regular periods? Have you had unprotected intercourse , and skipped a period ?
If the answer is yes, then yes, theoretically pregnancy can occur.
Please do not rely on any online tests or any other methods for diagnosing pregnancy.
there is a simple one step test for you to confirm your pregnancy right at home. Kindly purchase a home pregnancy test Kit commonly available at medical stores. Please select a proper brand and confirm the expiry date of the kit. Also, it is better to purchase a Urine Culture vial ( small container for collecting urine ) also readily available at medical stores. Please collect your first morning sample of urine, that is the first voided urine sample in the early morning , in the container. Open your pregnancy test kit, it contains a dropper which you can fill with two - three drops of urine from the container. Put the drops into the well shown on the pregnancy kit strip and wait for 3 - 5 minutes. One positive line means that you are not pregnant. Two positive lines ( pink lines ) indicate a pregnancy. No lines indicate that the kit is defective. Please read the instructions on the pregnancy kit once more before proceeding. If your test is negative, but you fail to have your normal periods, consult a gynecologist. Also consult a doctor, if the pregnancy test is positive, for further treatment. Hope this helps you.
Answered: Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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