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

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Dr. Lynne Weixel
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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