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Frequent urination, abdominal pain, tiredness, tender breasts, brown discharge. Pregnancy symptoms or low thyroid?

I have been told i have low thyroid and i have been lately having pregnancy symptoms . I would like to know if its just from the loe thyroid or could i actually be pregnant. my symptoms have been urination about 3x more than normally, abdominal pains, tired but cant sleep, tender breast, migraines, vomiting , brown discharge, cold all the time and fevers.
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Your symptoms neither fit in the pregnancy spectrum fully nor in the hypothyroidism disorder.
I would advise you to have urine pregnancy test by the home pregnancy test method.
If pregnant then go to the endocrinologist for tuning up the treatment because in pregnancy you need to increase the dose of thyroxine.
If you are not pregnant then also go to the endocrinologist, because these symptoms are indicative of hypothyroidism on suboptimal control.
I hope the advise would help you sort out the matter in faster way.
Take Care.
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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