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Hello...I am a 26 year old mother of three beautiful girls. After my third child was born in June of 2006 I had a tubal ligation..
The last few weeks I have been very nauseous, tired, very moody, slight increase of appetite, increase in fluids in hands and feet, constipated, breasts are sore, swollen, tender to touch, slight lower back pain, pressure and cramps in the bladder area, headache from time to time, i feel bloated. My periods have been real weird lately..I get them and I spot, flow hasn't been real heavy or last very long..I had my period two weeks ago and I feel like its coming again..I have been dizzy from time to time as well..
Could it be possible that I am pregnant?????? I need answers.. Ive gotta know what the heck is going on with my body its driven me crazy!!!!
Thank you.
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replied December 31st, 2010
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
You can have spontaneous recanalization of tubes. Your symptoms (very nauseous, tired, very moody, slight increase of appetite, increase in fluids in hands and feet, constipated, breasts are sore, swollen, tender to touch, slight lower back pain, pressure and cramps in the bladder area, headache from time to time, feel bloated, spotting, lighter periods) are suggestive of pregnancy. Do not delay your visit to your gynecologist for examination, blood HCG test and ultrasound scan to confirm the pregnancy and site of pregnancy (intrauterine or ectopic).
Take care.



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