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Trying to conceive, delayed periods, tender breasts, frequent urination. Pregnancy a possibility?

Hello, My name is. me n my partner have been trying for a baby for about 6months now.. but have had no luck, but my last period was 9the december-13th so i think ishould have been on around the 6th jan which makes me 11days late.. also my breast are tender n iv been goin to the toilet regular..can u help please.. whats your advice apart from the obvious.. and taking a test...i dont want to get excited n then i not be many regards
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
better you consult a gynaecologist after 5-6 days(if you have still no periods) as atleast 2wks after missed periods are required to confirm or exclude pregnancy. gynaecologist will be able tell you clearly after physical examination,blood test,and if required an ultra sound. regarding your tender breasts you please get examined and get the dr's advise.
Answered: Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Emergency Medicine Specialist Dr. Sanjeev Goyal's  Response
the only way to confirm early pregnancy is urine card test and now a days this become very simple test
u can do it at home urself without knowing to anyone
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