probable signs

probable signs

[prob′əbəl]
Etymology: L, probabalis, credible, signum, mark
clinical signs that there is a definite likelihood of pregnancy. Examples include enlargement of the abdomen, Goodell's sign, Hegar's sign, Braxton Hicks' sign, and positive hormonal test results. Compare presumptive signs.
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It almost has symptoms, according to Co-Sia, with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention listing only throbbing or deep pain at the back or side, or pain at the buttocks, groin or legs as probable signs.

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