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Tender breasts, white vaginal discharge and heartburn. Trying to conceive. Need to take a pregnancy test?

I ve recently noticed that my breast have become tender. especially when I m tossing and turning in bed. My husband and I have been trying for over a year to get pregnant. I haven t taken a urine pregnancy test because when my period is about to arrive I get tender breasts. Today I noticed milky white vaginal discharge and I ve been experiencing heartburn . I don t want to get our hopes up. Should I take a pregnancy test? Also, I m fairly irregular since I started getting my period.
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Geriatrics Specialist 's  Response
Hi there,
Nice to meet you here,
As you are experiencing some symptoms of pregnancy, it is advisable to do an PREGNANCY TEST, to confirm your status .
If you are trying to conceive, have intercourse around the 14th day of your cycle, which increase your chance double the time to get conceived.
Contact nearby gynecologist if you continuously getting irregular periods.
Take care.
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