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Forum Name: Obstetrics

Question: maybe pregnant


 corrinne_24 - Wed Jan 05, 2005 3:00 pm

I am really worried, I have not had a period since exactly 09/15/04 and i have taken a urine test at home, one unconclusive, one negative and just today I had a test at the doctor negative. I have all of the symptoms. I would be about 4 moths right now i am showing my boobs are sore and they hurt. I am eating tomamtos when i never liked them before and i feel fluttering in my stomach sometimes, i have breakoputs in my face. I am tired alot lately i don't like the smell of things i liked before. I mean what else can i say. they sent me for a blood tst today and i am afraid of it coming out negative. what other disease could i have i don't believ it is that pseudo stuff because i was not either wnating to have a baby or not wanting to it was not even on my mind. so i am scared what could i be sick with?????
 GABRIELLA04 - Fri Jan 07, 2005 12:01 pm

HAVE YOU GOTTEN YOUR BLOOD TEST BACK?

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