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Burning sensation in nipples, tender breasts, lower back pain, blood in urine, not periods. Pregnancy?

hi my nipples burn a little,my boobs are tender, last night and this morning I had lower back pains & slight cramps the other day my heart burn and this morning I wake up to go pee and I had a little bit of blood but I already had my period in the beggining of the month can I be pregnant or having symptoms of my period coming again
Asked On : Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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Hello there.

These symptoms can be due to pregnancy and premenstrually also.

If you miss your period and you have history of unprotected intercourse then you need to do a urine test for pregnancy.

In case you start your menses, there is nothing to worry.

Moreover symptoms of pregnancy do not develop so early. Its only after you miss your periods that the levels of pregnancy hormone are high enough to make you perceive the symptoms of pregnancy like breast tenderness and frequent urination.

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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