probable signs of pregnancy
prob·a·ble signs of preg·nan·cy(prob'ă-bĕl sīnz preg'năn-sē)
The probable signs are more certain than presumptive signs but are not definitive. They include elevation of basal body temperature, breast tenderness and swelling, chloasma, linea nigra, Chadwick sign, abdominal enlargement, softening of the cervix, ballotability of the uterus, quickening, and positive pregnancy test results.
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