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Planning pregnancy fatigue, headache, increased appetite, frequent urination, blood test negative. Thyroid or pregnancy?


I had normal bloodwork in May. In July, my husband and I decided to try for pregnancy. Since July 24, I've had ongoing symptoms: fatigue, headache, increased appetite, cravings/aversions, fuller breasts with blue veins through nipples, frequent urination, gagging, external yeast infections, 2 days of spotting per month, some acne. Both hpt and blood preg tests have been negative. Someone said maybe a thyroid issue? Please advise.
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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Thank you for choosing Healthcaremagic. Frequent urination, gagging, external yeast infections could be symptom of PID-PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE OR simple pelvic infection. You need a PAP smear and, check for husband semen analysis, scan pelvis to rule out any other pathology and tubal patency test.
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