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Missed periods, swollen breasts, vaginal pain, frequent urination, have mucus with blood in stools. Am I pregnant?

hi i have had a problem with my colon for ah while problems going to the bathroom everytime but now i see mucus an tips of blood wat could it b an could i get pregnant with this problem cuz i have seen my period an i have never missed it , it is more than a week gone an still i havent seen it my breast are swollen and i an getting a pain in the vagina area , urinating more often an sleepy please tell me if am pregnant or not
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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Welcome to HCM,

It seems that you might have Bacillary dysentery and requires treatment.

Go for pregnancy test and if it is negative then go for regular treatment for dysentery and if you are pregnant then consult your Obst and go for safe medicine treatment for dysentery.

take buttermilk,curd,rice.

Avoid fried and junk food.

Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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