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Had miscarriage, now bloating, back pain, headache, hunger and tiredness, delayed periods. Any suggestions?

Hi I had a miscarriage around feb 21st and now i have all these symptom like I m pregnant again like bloating lower back pains headaches hungry all the time and very tired. My period was 8 days late but then I started to bleed for 3 days not heavy then it was done I took 3 pregnancy tests and they can back negetive any suggestions?
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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If you have been sexually active ever since you had the miscarriage, you should indeed suspect another pregnancy. Since you have already had negative HPTs, I would suggest estimation of serum beta-hCG titres along with a trans-vaginal sonogram for a better idea. If pregnancy can thus be excluded, your symptoms could mean some temporary hormonal imbalance consequent to the abortion and should settle down naturally in a couple of months. Please take sufficient rest, good diet and avoid stress. Wish you good health.
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