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Increased appetite, headaches and dizziness. Pregnant?

Would early pregnancy make me get drunk quicker? I m not sure if I am pregnant. I have a doctor appointment tomorrow, but would like to know if its a possibility. I have also been feeling really sick and completely tired all the time. Along with constant headaches and dizziness . I have also had a small increase in my appetite .
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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Hi, It is always advisable to avoid the alcohol , coffee and related drinks. If you are not sure about your pregnancy, you can make it sure by urine test through the kits available over the counter at medical shop. It has very simple method. The kit can only be done after 6-7 days of unsafe sex.
The feeling off tiredness and sick may be due to another causes for which you need to visit your physician. For constant headache and dizziness, you can take the pills available over the counter and increase in apetite can be due to winter season or pregnancy.
Pregnancy can be roll out by pregnancy testing kit.
take care and all the best for the test.
Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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