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Stomach bloating, sore nipples, food cravings, not missed periods, frequent urination. Sterilized previously. Pregnant?

hi dr i was sterilized 10yrs ago i am 39yrs old and have been experiencing pregnancy symptoms eg, i am very bloated have sore nipples eating lots and having cravings. i feel very confused cos i havent missed a period. but my period only lasted about 3 days last month. i also need the loo alot. please help put my mind at rest. thankyou.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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hello and welcome to health care magic,
From the symptoms that you have mentioned the possibility of pregnancy seems remote but needs to confirm the presence or absence of early diabete s or urine infection.
kindly consider the following investigation, blood sugar random, urine sugar, urine albumin, and urine microscopic examination.
confirm pregnancy by preg card test if need full.
you may contact me after getting the tests done.
thank you and welcome to be in touch
dr satya
dr satya
Answered: Wed, 1 Jan 2014
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