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Nausea, back pain, breast tenderness, constipation, missed periods. Negative pregnancy test. Pregnant?

My last LMP was 11/11/2012 .Am I pregnant. I have taken my pregnancy test on 12/12/2012 which was nagetive.My doctor said wait another for 5 days on 20/12/2012 with out any test .I have nousea,headache, backpain ,breast tenderness, appetite ,constipation,acidity.I am very exsited to know what is going on.What is your opinion.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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your excitement is good in its place .. but nothing can be confirmed without urine test ur symptoms look like symptoms of pregnancy.. but at the same time u can get these as premenstrual symptoms or even symptoms of y not go for another urine test to confirm ur pregnancy rather than getting tensed and anxious so that u can further carry on happily if ur pregnancy is positive..
all the best..
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