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Do the test....

by Cheryl (no login)


Most home pregnancy tests are supposed to be pretty reliable, or, sometimes dr's run them for a reduced rate. Mine used to charge $5 per test.
Either way, I would suggest at least trying that first. Take a test, and if it is negative, then go see a dr.
I, too, was unable to smoke while pregnant. The smell of the smoke made me want to run to the bathroom and hurl!! *lol* That was always a good indicator for me.
But, for peace of mind right now, I would suggest getting tested. Start with the simple things now, rule out pregnancy, and if necessary, seek further help from a dr. It could be a variety of things bringing this on. Are you currently on BC to help regulate your cycles, and do you know what method of tubal was done on you?
Best of Luck!! Keep us posted!! Cheryl :o)

Posted on Mar 24, 1999, 7:53 AM
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