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Frequent urination, delayed periods, extreme thirst, loss of appetite. Pregnancy symptoms?

Okay so i want to know if i m pregnant, I have been needing to pee more frequently, i am feeling sick in the tummy all through the day i usually drink coffe but now everytime i have one i feel sick afterwards, my right breast has only just started havin sharp pains today it has only been 20 days since my last period but i have had unprotected sex a fair bit lately and before my period. I have been feeling very thirsty, and i usually have normal eating patterns but lately i feel sick after eating and most of the time just dont feel like eating at all. i have read up on the symptoms but they dont match up to all this strange stuff happening to me. Please help!? :/
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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Welcome to HCM forum

One can not say with surity for pregnancy till you miss your periods

If you want to know before the periods then you can get blood test done for hCG levels

Best wishes

Answered: Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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