I have a bunch of the pregnacy symptoms

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  1. profile image50
    esmeraldabelindaposted 8 years ago

    I have a bunch of the pregnacy symptoms

    peeing alot back pain stomach pain nausea mood swings headaches sickness gassy tired alot lately. Ihave been trying to concieve for awhile now and well i took a pregnacy weeks ago it was neg then i took one a week ago it was also negative. But all the sign show that I can be. Does anyone know if its to early for the tests or if i can be.? iNeed some help

  2. Susana S profile image96
    Susana Sposted 8 years ago

    It's recommended that you wait until at least your period is missed before you take a pregnancy test.You also need to make sure you do the test properly. How to get an accurate result is explained here: http://hubpages.com/hub/cheap-pregnancy-tests-online

    Whether it's negative or positive, make sure you see your doctor. If your periods have stopped suddenly you need to get checked out for ectopic pregnancy (which can cause a negative pregnancy test result) plus anything else that may have made your periods stop. Best wishers x

  3. KayeKeatley profile image60
    KayeKeatleyposted 8 years ago

    Yes, those are all signs of pregnancy.  They are also signs of lots of other things...  The best thing that you can do is go see your doctor and as soon as possible.

  4. GdessLacey profile image61
    GdessLaceyposted 8 years ago

    You could be trying too hard, there is such thing. And the back and stomach pain, at least for me wasn't until my second and third trimester. And the first few home pregnancy tests I took were negative too, the forth was positive and that was after skipping a couple of periods. But stress can make you skip your period too. I suggest going to a doctor to know for sure!

  5. rachellrobinson profile image82
    rachellrobinsonposted 8 years ago

    I agree with KayeKeatley, you should go see your doctor. I thought I was pregnant a few years back had all the symptoms but the tests were all negative. It turned out to be quite serious, and I am glad that I went to the doctor when I did. Go find out, so if it's pregnancy you can celebrate, if it's nothing you can relax and if it's serious you can get better smile Good luck.


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