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Question: Possible Pregnancy Signs?
|meshelle_24 - Thu Nov 04, 2004 12:25 pm|
Okay, this is my first visit to this site.
I have a question about breast leakage. Yesterday evening this started. It's a cloudy kind of white dishcharge, breasts also feel abit fuller, but no soreness. I am currently trying to get pregnant (quit birth control Sept 27th). My last period was a couple days late (it was last week) and ended on day 4. It almost always lasts all 7 days. I've taken a home pregnancy test (yesterday), and an in-office urine test (Monday) and they were negative. I also seem to have a problem with incontinence, and frequent urination. I've been alittle sickly feeling (but I also have a cold). I've been tired, but not really a huge change in fatigue, just noticable to me (which may also be the cold). Alot of fluttering feeling in my abdomen also. I have a toddler, so I've had the whole "pregnancy feeling" before... this just feels quite strange to me, sort of like I am pregnant... but still not sure.
Could these be signs of early pregnancy? What of the breast leakage?? Please Help?! Thank you!
|Dr. Russell M - Sat Nov 13, 2004 7:19 pm|
A negative pregnancy test would mean that 99% you are not pregnant. Another possibility is pseudocyesis. Check out the link and find out if it relates to your problems.
Hope this helps.
|meshelle_24 - Mon Nov 22, 2004 9:26 pm|
Ends up I have a type of lump in my breast, and my estrogen is out of wack. I've been treated and symptoms have mellowed out since. I do thank you for your information you posted though Dr. Bill.
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