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Have shortness of breath, back pain, abdominal pain and fatigue. Trying to get pregnant. Advice?

I have a shortness of breath, feel like i keep yawning to catch my breath, have a dull lower back pain and a soreness throughout the back, my arms are also sore, soreness in the gluteus area as well. Feel like I need to stretch out. I have had some abdominal pain as well with a little more strain in voiding. The abdominal pain is like a pinching in either the left or right side and only lasts for a couple of seconds and then slowly diminishes like if nothing happened. I have a dull headache and feel very fatigued like if I should jut be laying down in bed. I don t know if any of this is related to ovulation as I should be on my cycle day 15th and we are trying to become pregnant again (after a natural miscarriage at 13 weeks on January 30th). I apologize as this is so much information, but I appreciate any help. Thank you.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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in a cycle of 28 days, 9th to 17th day are considered unsafe days.In view of miscarriage and pain in lower abdomen your gynec or obstetrician should evaluate cause of mis carriage first by color doppler ultrasound of ovary and uterus,fallopian tubes etc, and ovarian harmonal assay, if there are organic lesion or hormonal causes they should be effectively controlled before undergoing another pregnancy.Cause for lower back and lower abdomen can be some pelvic inflammatory disease ,cervical or vaginal mucus culture and sensitivity should also be done to evaluate

If all tests normal then conception can occur between 9th to 17th day and one may try these days
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