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Hungry, tired, cramps, dizziness, bump inside vagina. Signs of pregnancy?

Hi there, I have had an IUD for 8 months. Ive been bleeding every two weeks. But in the last two months I haven t, just a short three day period. But in the last few weeks i ve been having pregnancy symptoms . Im hungry all the time, extreamely tired, cramping, dizzy, ect. My period is due in two days, so I didn t want to do a test to early. But last night I found a squishy bump inside my vagina , is this a sign of pregnancy or just pms?
Asked On : Mon, 21 May 2012
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hi.welcome to healthcaremagic forum.first thing, to know whether there is pregnancy or not, get pregnancy test done and stop worrying much. for squishy bump you have to visit your doctor for examination. bleeding every two week is not a good indication to continue intra uterine device.(i hope IUD stands for this). visit doctor in person. good luck.
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