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Bloating, nausea, insomnia, bleeding gums, painful breasts. Am I pregnant?

I feel bloated, nausea , insomnia , I have bleeding gums , all the symptoms I have in pregnancy. i have gained so much weight and my boobs are larger and they hurt. some couple of months ago they would hurt so bad i would wake up, this would happen early in the morning, felt like needles in my boobs. about a week ago I started feeling movements in my belly. Only problem is I still get my periods, but last one came a little over a week early. i also have a copper coil and I am feeling the threads too easily, whereas before I never felt them at all. feels like they are too low. please help. i am losing it. all HPTs 5 of them came back negative plus a blood test , still convinced I m pregnant. tomorrow I m going for a scan, I feel crazy, but i have 3 babies, surely I am not losing it or am I?
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
Your last period was 1 wk early and got 5 negative HPTs with a blood test.
As you wear copper coil,chance of uterine pregnancy is almost nil.
Your clinical features are more related to Pre Menstrual Syndrome (PMS) and need to exclude other pathology if any by doing USG for pelvis.
Several measures to be taken.As follows:
1) avoid stress by deep breathing or yoga
2) avoid taking salt,caffeine or fatty food specially in 2nd half
3) take Pyridoxine 100mg daily with SSRI (Fluoxetine 20mg single dose)
4) may take PRIMOSA capsule 1000mg to overcome breast discomfort plus wear tight breast support.
5) may take OCP or progesteron pill (Duphaston 10mg) to overcome other symptoms
6)do regular exercise to control body wt and proper sleep.
7) Also do thyroid profile,lipid profile,PPBS for your over wt.
8) Take Vit-C/Vit-k supplements and check up to your doctor after all reports.
Be well.
Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2016
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