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Period is week late and experiencing pregnancy symptoms incl. Low back pain & severe stomach cramping. Last period abnormal. Pregnancy test negative.
Try try again: I would suggest repeating the test, and then seeing your primary care provider. Good luck! ...Read more
Period like symptoms after period has ended since July 12th. queasy, joint aches, fatigue, no appetite.
Well: How heavy was the period. You may have lost a lot of blood. See doctor if symptoms continue. Drink lots of water ...Read more
Depends: Irregular periods do not cause nausea unless you are pregnant and/or there are other underlying conditions that cause the irregular periods as well as the nausea such as emotional or physical stress, adrenal disease, excessive production of a hormone call prolactin etc.. If you have irregular periods +/- nausea you should see your OB gyn for an evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am experiencing irregular menstrual periods, knee stiffness, missed or late menstrual period, less frequent urination, joint stiffness, bloating...
Jt pain, abn menses: Would check thyroid for hypothyroidism-TSH- and for autoimmune disease-lupus or rheumatoid arthritis check ANA, DS DNA, CCP and RF, rarely may be sarcoid( cough?). Would also get basic complete metabolic profile, urine and may need transvaginal ultrasound. Follow up with doc in 24-48 hours due to decreased urination need to check kidneys ...Read more
Hpt faint +ve,after missed period started bleeding,but not like periods,no abdominal pain,prickly pain in lwr abdmn,preggo?
12 days late, usually normal periods. Mild cramping, urinating more, fatigue, mild random nausea 3 negative hpt. What to do?
Period start date 22nd spotting since the 10th to 17th negative pregnant test. Extreme fatigue, leg cramps, warm feeling, light cramping. Should i worry?
Knee surgery 12/21 (w/oxycodone) period week before next period 1/23 light&short, brown spotting when wiped some nausea aches cramps fatigue afterward?
Not related: What are you asking? The issues are unrelated. ...Read more
Nausea, weight fluctuation, headache, back ache, fatigue. 3 weeks after missed period.. 4 negative pregnancy tests.. What's happening?
Please see a MD: Weight fluctuation, stress, illness (infectious as well as non infectious ) and of course pregnancy are all possible causes of irregular or missed periods. If you have multiple concerning symptoms accompanying a missed period you should seek medical attention and blood work. ...Read more
Early period lasted 3 days one day heavy then very light spotting still experiencing pregnancy symptoms, cramps, breast tenderness, nausea pregnant?
Period 5th October with cramps normal. Period 16th October no cramps sudden swelling of boobs. Heavy bleed 7th Nov no cramps boobs still tingling???
If you have : Experienced diarrhea and abdominal pain for 43 days, this change in bowel habitus warrants medical evaluation. Presume that you have already taken a pregnancy test since it indicates that you are not pregnant. Physical illness can cause a period to be late or to be missed. Please get checked out. ...Read more
(Had knee surgery in December) just had a Light 3 day period. Was late nausea, some vomiting cramps, fatigue, tiredness, body aches after neg hpt?
Repeat HPT: If no normal period repeat HPT in 1 week ...Read more
Symptoms: spotting, brown discharge, no period before or after ^^ lasted 3 days.. Shortness of breathe, dizzyness, tired frequently, back pain, cramps in lower stomach. Earlier period this month.
Lots of things : Brown discharge is likely old menstrual blood. Itregular periods is a common problem ob/gyns treat. If you think you might be pregnant check then check a home pregnancy test. They are cheap, reliable and available at any pharmacy. The other symptoms will need separate evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Age 45.Period two weeks early. Symptoms of nausea, back ache, headache, bloating, fatigue, loss of appetite. ?
? Menopause: Your symptoms could be due to your entering menopause. It would be prudent to see your doctor for an evaluation and if needed, hormone replacement. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco or alcohol in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more