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teen age pregnancy?

in my last post i said exactly what was going on well i talked to my mom and told her what was going on i told her about my unprotected sex with my bf and how my period was fine i also told her about whats going on with the sometimes allday and sometimes morning sickness she said ok what else is bothering you? i told her how i've ben have period like cramps for about 2 weeks but no period [she knows i'm regular] and tonight after i got out the shower my nipples were a brownish purple. i told her all about the cravings[she already knew] and she knowtest the frequent urination before i did.i'm starting to sleep alot more then i did 3 weeks ago and she believes i'm pregnant but wants to know about other peoples experiance with the same things am i really pregnant?
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634745 tn?1256847910
Theres a big big chance your pregnant hun
but no-one on here can say for definate "your pregnant" they will only say what ive said "theres a big chance"
you need to take a test when your next period is due
i live in england and here you can take a test 6 days before your period is due but i dont know if you can in america
its a good sign your mum didnt go mad tho!
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the first response test can be taken up to 5 days before a missed period. i never took one but i've heard it's not very reliable. it's best to wait until your period is due. if it's late wait 3-7 days and take the test. i know it's a long wait but....you'll get a more accurate result.

my "symptoms" started at about 4-6 weeks. i was nauseous, sleeping all the time, urinating ALL the time, food made me sick to my stomach so my cravings didn't start until my 2nd trimester and by 6 weeks i had my baby pouch (i had twins so a woman typically shows VERY early with multiples).
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