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Sick to my Stomach after eating anything - pregnant?

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For the past day, ANYTHING I eat makes me sick to my stomach. Could it be a very early sign of pregnancy?
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replied December 16th, 2010
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Nausea and sensitivity to food can be considered as very early symptoms of pregnancy. Look out for others symptoms suggestive of early pregnancy such as fatigue, nausea, constipation, breast soreness, nipple sensitivity, food cravings, dizziness, increased sleep, hunger and tiredness, mood changes, headaches, increased frequency of urine, back pain, lower abdominal cramps.
Visit your gynecologist for detailed examination along with a blood beta HCG test (which can detect pregnancy accurately as early as 11 days post conception) to confirm pregnancy. Urine pregnancy tests cannot be relied at times as they are associated with showing false negative test results due to less concentration of pregnancy hormone (HCG) in urine.
Take care.



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