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Swollen and tender breasts, moody, cramps, tired, missed periods, swollen and painful knee. Pregnant?

Ok so i think i might be pregnant. My breast have been swollen and tender for about a week, i have been getting tired lately and i have been moody and crampy. I havent missed my period yet it isnt due for another week. But my knee is swollen and hurts to bend. I didnt injure it. I just woke up with it swollen and puffy. So my question is could i be pregnant? Oh and im not on birth control or taking any medicines.
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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Your symptoms could be due to the excess progesterone that is present in this part of the cycle. They are suggestive of premenstrual symptoms. Your swollen knee could be an inflammation and you should get it treated with an orthopedic. Since you are unprotected pregnancy cannot be ruled out, so you can go for a HPT, but you can wait till your period is due since your cycles are regular. Please consult your doctor for further advice. Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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