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Have an IUD, paraguard, got pregnant, urinating frequently. What is going on?

I have an IUD (paraguard) and a few months back, almost a year, I got pregnant but technically was only chemically pregnant and didnt end up having the baby ( I bled it all out)... with this IUD, my period is ever normal. I had My period Dec 12th for 5 days and than again Dec 27 and it ended on January 2nd. I have 2 children and have been feeling unlike myself. I am peeing all the time (with no increase of liquids) , all I want to do is sleep, and I am eating everything.. Alsways hungry...and I just feel pregnant . HELP!
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Get a pregnancy test done if you feel that you are pregnant. Less likely because you said you bled it all out with the IUD. You can get a sonography done also. Meet your doctor with the reports,the weakness and sleepiness can be due to excessive bleeding you got. Take care
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