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I am experiencing stomach cramps, bloating or abdominal fullness, side pain, sudden urge to urinate, cramping pelvic pain, abnormal vaginal discharge, excessive menstrual bleeding, missed or late menstrual period, shortness of breath (worsened by: psycho

Many symptoms. That is a very long list of symptoms. You will need to see a doctor to start breaking down each symptoms and determining what testing is needed. A complete medical history and physical exam is the next steps. Then testing can be ordered depending on the findings. Read more...

I've been experiencing either lower abdomen or pelvic cramps, breast tenderness, frequent urination, and frequent headaches. What's going on?

Depends. If you're sexually active ; have had relations over past several weeks with a fertile man then, your symptoms could point to a pregnancy. If you are not sexually active or if you are but have been abstinent for the past several weeks to month then, you may have a urinary tract infection though breast tenderness really isn't explained well by that diagnosis. Visit to your doctor would be good. Read more...

I am experiencing breast tenderness to touch, passing gas, stomach cramps, nausea (severity: mild), missed or late menstrual period, bloating or abdominal fullness and thick mucus discharge.

Symptom cornucopia. You have a large number of symptoms (cornucopia) that need to be sorted out by a GYN MD visit. But first, do a home pregnancy test to get "the ball rolling" as it is the most likely source of your symptoms until proven otherwise. Read more...

Low back pain, mid back pain, frequent urination, bloating and pain in Upper abdomen, feeling full without eating much, breast pain. What can this be?

Check for pregnancy . If you are still getting your periods, this may be premenstrual symptoms, but given your age and symptoms you describe you should get a pregnancy test. If you're not pregnant, consider checking for a urine infection. Back pain may be due to musculoskeletal strains too from lifting heavy items, trauma, sleep disturbances, etc.. Read more...