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Does nausea lasting more than 24 hours count as a possible symptom of pregnancy?

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2006-04-18 16:12:33
2006-04-18 16:12:33

It can be a sign of pregnancy but it can also be a sign of stress or a stomach virus if you are experiencing breast tenderness, frequent urination, food cravings or aversions, missed period, increased vaginal discharge go get an at home test but if you got your period on time this motnh I wouldn't be worried but if you are go to your doctor and get them to check you out and see whats going on hope everything works out for you Good luck and God Bless!!!

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