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Vomiting, tiredness and emotional, milking breasts. Can this be pregnancy?

i had a tubal ligation almost 8 years ago my last period was about 2 weeks ago lasted 2 days then stopped i have been throwing up after every meal very tired and emotional breasts are not soar but have some milk...there are no symptoms of a virus i have not taken a pregnancy test because i have no soarness.. should i take one or is there another illness that could cause this
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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Thank you for putting up your problem to Healcare Magic!

The tubes can re-canalise years later and can result in pregnancy and testing the pregnancy with home kit- the Urine pregnancy kit is a house hold procedure so I would surely advise you to go for it.
Another possibility is a gastritis.
You should get a check up by your physician- Get CBC, RFT, LFT.... and then follow the advise.
It appears as if you would only need H2 Blockers for some time.
I hope this information would be both informative and helpful for

Answered: Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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