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frequent urination, spotting, headaches, stuffy nose, tender breasts?

not sure if ive put this question in the right place lol well for the past week i have been running to the toilete on everage once every hour, i dont drink as much water as i should but i drink enough to keep me hydrated during the day. also i have had slightly tender breasts for the last 3 days as well as headaches and a stuffy nose, not to mention the fact that on the 9th may i had some spotting for 3 days or almost 3 days, my periods are always regular and ALWAYS vert heavy for 4 days, i have never had spotting before. what could this be as im at a loss and cant get to the doctor at the mo as i have 2 young children to look after and my husband is a farmer so cant take any time off at the mo as he's on his own to do everything. Any advice would be of great help thanx in advance!
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you could be pregnant.....i remember when i bought my HPT out of the blue, i was a little stuffy, and i should have known i was preg, cos i never get sick(i swear, NEVER!)
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from what i'm learning, progesterone is a natural diuretic and in early pregnancy causes many trips to the bathroom b/c of this. Also, in early pregnancy, estrogen soars to an all time high, causing tender breasts. progesterone is also known to cause stuffy nose and headaches. I'm currently using progesterone cream (not pregnant) and the cream has amazing benefits but also causes headache, stuffy nose and frequent urination. So, if you suddenly have these symptoms, its very likely that you could be pregnant!
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These are also signs of diabetes as well  Sounds to me that you need a complete medical work up and not advice from strangers who are not doctors (at least I'm not)
Good Luck and I hope you feel better
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We can guess and give ideas as to what's going on, but Granny is right.  You need to go to the doctor.
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