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Pregnancy signs, missed periods, sore breasts, absence of eczema and acne which were prominent in earlier pregnancy. Cause?

Just ver confused at what is happening right now. I got pregnant in Oct and then started bleeding Nov 12/12 which I thought was the miscarry which was my doctors thoughts as well since my Hcg was almost to zero. After that I was still getting cramping and feeling sick to my stomach. By the foruth week I was gagging at the smell of coffee (which was the same as my first Pregnancy). That Friday The baby came out Dec 14/12. I bleed for one week and it was clear by the end. I am now 37days late but I had discharge (like I was ovulating) from Dec 22-Jan 15. So now I am feeling pregers, sore breasts, a little feeling sickness, (this my sound funny) no eczema (which I had with the last Pregnancy), and no acne . I do have app with family doc but just wanted to get some info
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. If you were my patient I will suggest you to have ultrasonography abdomen to rule out the internal causes of your problem. Even if you are pregnant some time you may get false negative results with your HCG levels so it is always safe to have ultrasonography to find the gestational sac. Your symptoms are resembling early pregnancy symptoms so USG is necessary. Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 5 Dec 2013
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