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when do the first signs of pregnancy occur?? cuz, it's weird, i've been gainin weight like crazy and also have been alot more tired and sleepy with headaches and nauseated and such..... so, i was wondering when "signs" of pregnancy start (besides a missed period cuz i have to wait a couple more weeks for that to see if i am and i am taking a test this weekend)

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Check out this post, which explains why looking for "symptoms" of pregnancy is not reliable or helpful:

Things like weight gain, tiredness and headaches can happen for all sorts of reasons. So you need to take that pregnancy test, okay?

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