Your first thought--pregnant...Nope--I've undergone 4 pregnancy tests--two on my own and both a pee and urine test at the dr. office--all which were negative.
Each of these symptoms started near the same time about 2 months ago. My prolactin, thyroid and FSH levels have been tested--each "normal". An MRI indicated no prolactinoma on the pituitary gland. Thus far, no answers other than "stress" and "hormones"...Obviously, with the weight gain and other pregnancy symptoms, something is out of balance--but how do I get back "in balance"? Additionally, I have a protruding disc or two in my C-2, C-3 in the neck--which is just beginning to cause numbness down my left arm if I stretch...Could this all be related? Headaches all stem near the C-2/C-3 area...
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