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Enlarged tender breasts, light cramping and mild spotting. Pregnant?

hello My name is Lindzie i am almost 24 , i am in good health and i think i might be pregnant. . . my brests are inlarged, tender, and warm to the touch, and the areola s are bigger. i have light cramping/ verry light spotting only a day or two i missed 2 perods i have taken 10 home tests all were neg. i have no idea whats going on
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Hi Ms. Lindzie,
If you have taken the tests soon after the missed period, they may not give you a proper result. Otherwise, 10 negative tests are strongly not in favor of a pregnancy. You seem to be suffering form hormonal imbalance. You may get a blood test and a trans-vaginal sonogram to exclude or confirm pregnancy. Please see a specialist for further advice. Take care.
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