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Trying to conceive, have fever during early mornings with heaviness in abdomen, frequent urination. Sign of pregnancy?

Sir, I need to know about something related to my wife. We got married four months ago. We also trying for kids. Now she missed her periods on 20.07.2012 and also having few symptoms, could you please help me in this. She is having high temperature in morning before waking up from bed, feeling heavy abdomen , frequent urination for last 3 weeks is it a sign of pregnancy?
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
The high temperature with frequent urination & heavy abdomen is a sign of urinary tract infection.
In a newly married couple due to frequent sexual intercourse there are more chances to get urinary tract infection.
So first consult your doctor he will advise you to check for urine & treat accordingly.
Answered: Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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