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I am having pregnant like symptoms. But tests are negative

hello, ihve some questions that some people can not seem to answer. i have been having pregnancy symptoms bad ad i took 5 hoe tet and each said negative but my body is telling me i am. my breast hurt for a month now and i have been throwing up randomly for a month now and my period started out a day early and with rown discharge which itnever does that itis usually bright red an heavy. i get so tire that i look depressed and as soon as i sit down or lay down i am passed out. should i ask fr a ultra sound done?
Asked On : Sun, 21 Feb 2010
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Hi.. Ultrasound test is the confirmatory test for diagniosing pregnancy.. You can get the test done or probably may get an vaginal ultrasound test done if your symptoms have been recent.. This would the best test to look for pregnancy...

Answered: Mon, 22 Feb 2010
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