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am i pregnant? pls help me.

i got pcos or hormonal imbalance n currently on metformin tablet(glyciphage)... the problem is my period was regular untill last dec (1to 10th) we were tryin for a baby.. im 27yrs old 4yrs married(just past couple of weeks ago we started to trying for the baby ) n weighs 62kg.. my periods are not happened for the last months n i have had 4 to 5 pregnancy tests all "negative".. my tummy look exactly like a football now n my nipples got pain(not right now) n breast n areola is bigger than usual.i eats alot.. was peeing alot two weeks early..not much now.. and my husband says my body is getting softer.and i got stomach cramping n back pain...

am i really preganant? help with this ... help me.... i wish im pregnant too...
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And even if you we're pregnant there's no way you'd be able to see it your probably just bloated you'd have to at least be in you third or fourth month to start to notice anything hope everything works out for you good luck and congrads if you are
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*Sigh* i understand you asking these questions to be honest there's 101 different pains cramps period ect whatever that can make you think your pregnant i can't answer that for you only way to know for sure is either take a pregnancy test at home or go to the doctor and get some blood work done
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i had a test on 9th this month and it was negative.im going to see my gyn tomorrow . i just want some good opinions. and my cramp feels exactly like my period is going to come n it started on 9th.im totally freaking out.. u see i want a baby and i dont know whats happening n it killing me..
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