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The diagnosis of pregnancy is supported by finding 

A. Conjugated progesterone in the urine. 

B. Human chorionic gonadotrophin in the urine. 

C. Viscous cervical mucus plugging the cervical canal. 

D. Enlargement of the sebaceous glands in the mammary areolae. 

E. A hardening of the cervical tissue.

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A. False This is normally present in the childbearing period. 

B. True This is not otherwise present. 

C. True Progesterone increases the viscosity of cervical mucus. 

D. True These are known as Montgomery’s tubercles. 

E. False The cervix softens during pregnancy.

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