Cramping in lower stomach feel a burning sensation. Feeling nauseas and dizzy.?

Burning where? If it happens when you urinate, you probably have a urinary tract (bladder) infection. You need to get a urine test to find out. If the burning is on the skin, look for a rash and see someone. If you are nauseATED and dizzy, you may not be drinking enough and you should try to drink a lot right now, to keep from dehydration. See checklists below. Good luck!

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