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18 Nov 2004
Early symptons of Pregnancy
Can I be experiencing symptoms of pregrancy within a week of falling pregnant? I have aching ankles and calves, a swollen belly, thirst, hot flashes and fatigue. I have just finished my period. How long should I wait to have a pregnancy test?
This is too early for symptoms of pregnancy. You can do a pregnancy test if your next period does not come when expected.
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