hey if you are thats great im unsure too my name is nicole i have been having enourmous breasts and then i have had my nipples been changing and my veins are enourmous on my breasts i am needing more fluid and i feel full in my stomach and then i feel nauseated and have thrown up 3 to 4 times i have light milky discharge all the time and then i am more tired alot now but havent taken a test yet
hi my name is nicole stringham i am unsure if im pregnant here is why im almost 29 had a daughter in 2005 and here are my symptom enlargement of breasts and then my nipples are changing colors my veins are so huge on my breasts im on birth control and once i take a birthcontrol pill i feel real bad at night also my stomach where my uterous is feels full and i feel nauseated and my breasts get real tender i have thrown up 3 or 4 times but then quit and feel tired faster
i also have pcos and had my tubes cauterized and burned i know its a long shot but if someone can help me that would be greatView Thread
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