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Nausea after having sex, heaviness and increased sensitivity in breasts, increasing nipple size. Cause?

I think I may be pregnant. A few days, maybe not even that long, after having sex i began feeling nauseous morning and night. It s been almost 2 weeks with the nausea . Just a few days ago I began noticing my breasts feeling much heavier and I they seem swollen. My breasts are also slightly sore and sensitive. And now my nipples are becoming larger and lighter in color with similar soreness/sensitivity.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Although nausea in morning do occur in 1st trimister of pregnancy but it is not an Indicator of Pregnancy.....
Better sign for Pregnancy is missing of Periods..
However i advise you to undergo a URINARY PREGNANCY TEST(UPT) which will Diagnose Pregnancy if present...
Just visit a nearby Pharmacy shop and buy a UPT Kit & follow the instruction given on it & you will come to know about your pregnancy status...
cheers....
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