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Headache, light headed, dizziness, frequent stools, numbness. Stopped birth control

I ve been feeling real sick like never before. I had headaches but I went to see and eye doctor and got glasses. But now I m light headed, dizzy, pooping a lot and runny, numbness to tip of fingers and legs and feet , missed period, just got off birth control in november, unprotected sex on jan.13 of this year, and it feel like I have to throw up but nothings coming out...can you please tell me what s wrong with more or give me ideas. I m going to my family doctor tomorrow morning,but I haven t been to sleep because I m nervous
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Welcome to HCM. Since you have stopped taking birth control pills and had unprotected intercourse last month, the symptoms that you are experiencing can be because you are pregnant. You should have a urine test for pregnancy done. You should use midstream urine of the early morning. Early morning, mid stream urine is the best for detecting HCG, a hormone found in the urine in pregnancy.

You can visit your gynae and have it done with the other routine blood tests. You can also do a pregnancy test yourself using a pregnancy kit.

Consult your gynae and take care of your diet. Take care.
Answered: Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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