am having sore breast pelvic cramping and white discharge and i am also almost 2 weeks late those
those possiable sighns of being pg??
If you are worried about being pregnant, go and get a pregnancy test, either a home kit or from a doctor. Any answers here would just be blind guesses.
Get a pregnancy test from the grocery store. Then, go see your doctor. If you're not pregnant, this combination of symptoms aren't normal. If you are pregnant, I'd worry a bit about the pelvic cramping.
by ii3rittles 5 years ago
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by alecheas 22 months ago
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by Shawn May Scott 6 years ago
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by bobbysw 7 years ago
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