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I increased urinary frequency, breast tenderness, marked fatigue, mood changes, cravings, mild cramping, low grade headache am I pregnant?

If you miss period. All of those signs are not important things - your period is. If you do miss it this month - do a test or see a doctor. Ask for clear info while you're there. Unprotected intercourse at or near ovulation by a fertile man and woman brings a good chance of conceiving. Soft signs like you name aren't good indicators of pregnancy but may be reason for exam. Again - if you skip a period - have a test. Read more...
No Guesses Here. No physician will ever speculate or guess about pregnancy. You asked us to guess about pregnancy without sharing your menstrual, sexual or more importantly ovulatory history. You symptoms are not in any way indicative of early pregnancy if they came on before your period. If you have missed a period you should do a pregnancy test. if you have not missed a period you must wait. Read more...

I have the mirena (levonorgestrel) and for the past week or two I have been having some mood swings breast tenderness fatigue frequent urination and a negative pregnant?

Ovarian cyst? You are describing a constellation of symptoms that could be due to an ovarian cyst which could be making excess progesterone, i.e. A persistent corpus luteum cyst. It is not harmful to your health, but it could take another 2 to 4 wks for the sxs to fully subside. The best way to make a definite diagnosis is to see your physician and have an us. Read more...

Could I be pregnant if I have most signs and symptonms of pregnancy? Could I be pregnant if I have most signs and symptoms of pregnancy?, like bloating, cramps, frequent urination, fatigue more than normal, breast tenderness/soreness, eating and craving w

The . The simple answer here is to schedule a visit with your doctor. A pregnancy test can be done via serum (blood). This will give a definitive answer (positive or negative). If the test is negative then additional work up may need to be done in order to evaluate your symptoms, including urine testing to rule out uti, thyroid testing, and possibly a pelvic ultrasound to rule out uterine fibroids (benign tumors of uterus). Your doctor may recommend starting a birth control pill to regulate your cycle and symptoms. Best of luck. Read more...