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Frequent Need to Urinate

Okay, I am not positive yet but I've been having symptoms of early pregnancy.  From my calculations, I would be about 3-4 weeks along.  Has anyone, during this time, been having the frequent urge to pee?  I mean, I'm going every 30 minutes.  It's not a whole lot, but when I get the feeling, it's like I have to go right away.  This is a sign of pregnancy right?
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1039620 tn?1272594004
Yes, it is a sign of pregnancy, but to be honest is can also be a sign of a UTI. Have you taken a test yet? Good luck and keep us posted.
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I took a test yesterday, negative.  I will take another one on Tuesday, which would be 4-5 days before my next period.  I'm thinking it was too early for me to test yesterday.  Trying not to get my hopes up high... the wait is just killing me.
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1039620 tn?1272594004
Usually the most sensitive test  (FRER) says 5 days before missed period, so your are right probably just too early. Good luck!
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i feel the same way. i've had to get up in the middle of the night even... my breasts are sooooooo sore and nipples as well. have you been having really bad cramps like a period thats just not coming?
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I had bad cramps last week, sharp pains every once in a while, but mostly just a constant dull pain.  This would've been one week after conception, during implantation I'm guessing.  As of yesterday, they've seem to have gone away.  All the early pregnancy symptoms have gone away except for the constipation.  And I haven't had sore breasts like other people have been mentioning.  I will find out tomorrow morning if I really am pregnant or not.  Just waiting for that good ol' first morning pee!
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