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Is extreme bloating and cramping in your lower abdomen and lower back through your hips and to the tips of your toes a sign of pregnancy if it feels like PMS only worse?

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2005-10-15 03:09:44
2005-10-15 03:09:44

Those were my exact symptoms (except the toe pain :)) i knew i was pregnant before i even took a test. you and only you know ur body and know when there is something different going on! as long as the cramping is mild and not bringing you to your knees and if your not bleeding then your okay!

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