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Am I pregnant as I feel tired , body ache , nausea and burning sensation in my feet also I have PCOS ?

Hi Dr, i got my last period on 28 may 2011. I am a PCOS. i feel very tired , bloated at times, getting constipated, whole body aching and nausea at times. I have buring sensation in my feet. Can i be pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jul 2011
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These are more of symptoms of lifestyle than of pregnancy but you can do Pregnancy Test to confirm. You need to stop eating junk food, fatty food. Eat more fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables for antioxidant effect and good energy. Drink plenty of water. If your blood sugar is high then also you will feel these symptoms. Better keep blood sugar in control, do regular checkups. You should do fast walking for 40 minutes a day for excellent health. Get enough sleep 6-8 hours a day. You can do Thyroid tests because sometimes Thyroid problem can cause this. Better to get examined by your Doctor and take required treatment as is advised.
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There are pretty good chances that you could be pregnant. Please get a home pregnancy test to know if you are pregnant.
It is also important that you get your blood glucose tested as burning of feet is not a regular symptom of pregnancy .it can be a complication of high sugars.
I advise you to visit your gynecologist and get an ultrasound done to confirm the pregnancy and for further management.
Hope I answered your question.If you need more information feel free to mail me.
Take care
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