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I'm a female feeling naseous for a week, pain in lower abdomen, feeling bloated and fatigue.?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Doctor can evaluate

Such symptoms are not specific for any one problem, so a doctor (primary care or ob-gyn) should evaluate if the symptoms don't go away quickly, or if they happen again or increase in severity.
Sometimes, mild viral infections can cause people's "non-specific" symptoms. Other times, there is actually something else going on inside the body, such as from the intestines, kidneys, female organs, etc..

In brief: Doctor can evaluate

Such symptoms are not specific for any one problem, so a doctor (primary care or ob-gyn) should evaluate if the symptoms don't go away quickly, or if they happen again or increase in severity.
Sometimes, mild viral infections can cause people's "non-specific" symptoms. Other times, there is actually something else going on inside the body, such as from the intestines, kidneys, female organs, etc..
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