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Ok here's your symptoms headaches sick to stomach can't sleep at night cramping in stomach at belly button area little cramping in sides heartburn carpal tunnel acting up little dizziness am you pregn?

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2017-12-03 22:24:51

These symptoms call all be related to pregnancy in one form or

another:

Sick to your stomach and dizziness are common symptoms of

morning sickness, occurring most commonly during the first 12 weeks

of pregnancy.

Cramping in the sides and belly button can often be the walls of

a woman's abdomen expanding from the growing fetus, although this

pain usually occurs into the second and third months of pregnancy.

It is usually sharp and stabbing, like a sudden muscle pull.

Carpal Tunnel acting up during pregnancy is common and is caused

by the excess fluid being retained by the woman's body, which puts

pressure on the thin joint areas like the wrist and ankles.

However, the fluid doesn't normally start to accumulate and cause

this symptom until around the 4th or 5th month of pregnancy. The

pain can be felt as shooting up the arm on either the inside or

outside of the wrist.

Heartburn is also very common -- some women suffer from this for

the entire 9 months. It is caused in the first few months by the

distension of the bowels, when the bowels relax their functions to

process the most nutrients out of the food being consumed. In the

later months, it is caused by the uterus, placenta and fetus

pushing up and out in the abdomen.

Headaches and a general feeling of malaise can also be

symptomatic of pregnancy. So can a slight raise in body temperature

(approx. 99-100 degrees) and tiredness.

If you think you may be pregnant, please contact your

doctor.


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