Our expert says:
These symptoms that you described are not specific to pregnancy and can occur in cases of hormonal imbalance as well. The only definitive diagnosis is a pregnancy blood test and should this be negative then you should see your gynaecologist to exclude an ovarian cyst or other hormonal imbalance.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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