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Having mild headaches, pressure on abdomen, pain in collar bone. Signs of ectopic pregnancy?

My husband and I had unprotected sex on days 14 and 17 of my cycle, I m not due for my next menstrual cycle for a few days, I m 25 and had an ectopic pregnancy when I was 19 and a normal one about a year and a half ago but had an abortion , for the past few days I ve been getting very light headaches , a little bit of pressure on my right abdomen and sometimes experiences light pain in my collar bone when I wake up but it goes away after 5 minutes, all of these pains are very minor and don t last, they come and go, does this necessarily mean its an ectopic pregnancy?
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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Pain in your collar bone may not be related. The headaches and abdominal pressure could be due to the hormonal changes that are common before the onset of a period, but in view of your past history, I suggest you to have a checkup with your gynecologist as you had unprotected intercourse during the fertile period. It need not necessarily be an ectopic pregnancy but you should be cautious. Take care.
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