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Trying to conceive, unsuccessful. Experiencing stomach cramps, headaches, stomach bloating. Pregnant?

Hi my name is xxxxx, I m 18 years old. I m regularly sexually active and use no contraception . My boyfriend are trying to conceive and have been unsuccessful for about 8 months now, but for the past two or three week I have had stomach cramping, head aches, and my whole stomach had been pretty firm. Could I finally be pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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hello and welcome to healthcare magic forum !

Symptoms do not suggest that you are pregnant however you can get a pregancy test kit and take the test to confirm! the sure signs will be that your cycle will stop and you might have morning sickness and the size of your breasts will change. But it is a bit early to concieve so try after two years. the symptoms are suggestive of a possible urinary infection. so if you have burning urine and pain in the urethra kindly get checked by a physician.

wishing you good luck!
Answered: Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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