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Question: But i feel like I am pragnent I have pain in my whomb Lower back pain mild headache

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Answer: Hi dear, Ideally missed period is one of the confirmed sign of conception,but some women are sensitive enough to spot the signs as early as 4 th week.some of them are: 1- tender and swollen breasts 2- mild abdominal cramps 3- dull back ache 4- fatigue 5- increased urinating 6-spotting 7-nausea 8-increased basal temperature 9- smell sensitivity 10-darkening of areolas Some of the above symptoms does overlap,with pms,so one needs to wait till the next period and confirm pregnancy.you should wait till one week post missed period and take the test.all the best!
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