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Abdominal pains on left side, ankle swelling, mood swings, chills and sweating, excessive hunger, flatus. Pregnancy?

I ve had sex frm nov 15-28. I ve been in a relationship 8 years... My sister thinks I m pregnant but I don t since I m getting my period... She said girls get it up to 5 months unusual but happens. I ve been having abdominal pain on the left side. Ankles swollen, and when I wake up I get this rush to my head like I got turned upside down. I m having mood swings. Hit then cold then sweating. getting acne . Hungry to the point if no return. Idk what s going on... Uncontrollable gass. Could I be pregnant? I m 21
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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If you have regular periods,& still doubt of being pregnant, please get your urine/blood pregnancy test done to exclude it.
The doubt of being pregnant can reflect as psychological stress resulting in pregnancy like symptoms.
The guiddiness, swelling in ankles & excessive gasses need a physician's advice for through physical examination,,investigations( if needed),treatment.
Answered: Wed, 25 Dec 2013
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