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Cramps, headaches and nausea after period?

Cramps, headaches and nausea after period?

It may be hormones: There is an abrupt change in your level of hormones around your cycles. This withdrawal of hormones can cause such symptoms as headaches, cramps, and nausea. Birth control can help alleviate these symptoms as well as make your cycles predictable, lighter, and less painful. ...Read more

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Nausea (Definition)

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Hot flashes, cramps after period, nausea and night sweats?

Hot flashes, cramps after period, nausea and night sweats?

Cramps, hot flashes: Hi sarah, you are pretty young for hot flashes and night sweats. Cramps can be easily treated with nonsteroidals like motrin. If you are suffering from hot flashes and night sweats you might want to see your doctor for some blood work to check hormone levels such as your thyroid. Good luck! ...Read more

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Treating Nausea & Vomiting (Checklist)

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Nausea after period with headaches and cramps?

Lots of options: Nausea, headaches and cramps are common complaints before, during and sometimes after a period. For some these are pms symptoms. Some have migraines triggered by periods. Schedule a visit to discuss the options. Many benefit from birth control to regulate the hormonal changes that trigger these symptoms. ...Read more

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8 or so days after period weird discharge, nausea, headaches, heartburn, cramps. Took planb 2-3 weeks ago. Side effects? Unprt sex 2 days ago. Wht wrg?

8 or so days after period weird discharge, nausea, headaches, heartburn, cramps. Took planb 2-3 weeks ago. Side effects? Unprt sex 2 days ago. Wht wrg?

See below: Preganacy is always a possiblity. Purchase a home pregnancy test. These become positive at about the time youd start your next expected period. If negative, repeat in 1 week. ...Read more

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18yr on the pill, do not take it exactly on time everyday light pink bleeding day after period then brown.Cramps & nausea for 2 days, fatigue. Pregnant?

18yr on the pill, do not take it exactly on time everyday light pink bleeding day after period then brown.Cramps & nausea for 2 days, fatigue. Pregnant?

Maybe (not) . . .: For birth control pills to work, it's important to take them regularly within a few hrs of same time daily. If you can't take pills regularly, ask about a shot every 3 months or a hormonal ring placed in vagina once a month. I can't tell you what's available in australia but here in the states, home pregnancy tests are inexpensive & available w/o prescription at grocery store & pharmacies. ...Read more

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I had ivf, had 2 eggs implanted successfully, 2 days after period day blood test was negative. Feeling cramps, nausea, white spotting. Am i pregnant?

I had ivf, had 2 eggs implanted successfully, 2 days after period day blood test was negative. Feeling cramps, nausea, white spotting. Am i pregnant?

No: Not sure what you mean. 2 embryos were placed in but that does not mean they implanted. If the pregnancy test was negative then that means the embryos never implanted and you are not pregnant. Likely the symptoms are from a period about to begin. ...Read more

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Period 4 days early and light/heavy. Lasting for 4 days then severe cramps and nausea after meaning?

Period 4 days early and light/heavy. Lasting for 4 days then severe cramps and nausea after meaning?

Common problem: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test . There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more

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