Nauseous for past 3 days!?

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America5 Tue 14-Jan-20 20:29:07


Wondered if anyone could help me! I've been feeling extremely nauseous for the last 3 days which was followed by my period, dizzy spells and extreme fatigue. I'm really not sure what to do as I keep having nausea waves and am not sure how to stop them. Could I be pregnant despite bleeding?

Thanks in advance x

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3luckystars Tue 14-Jan-20 20:34:04

Yes you absolutely could. Do a test.

I am very nauseous for the last 2 days too, I'm not pregnant but have changed my diet this week and I imagine that's what is causing it for me.

America5 Tue 14-Jan-20 21:37:19

Thanks @3luckystars, I will do! I've never felt nauseous on my period before so I am thinking it's a possibility I could be pregnant, especially with the symptoms I have experienced!

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America5 Tue 14-Jan-20 21:38:27

Also hope you feel better soon @3luckystars !!

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SallyWD Tue 14-Jan-20 21:43:19

I have this but def not pregnant. Your estrogen can be very low during periods causing dizziness or nausea. It could also be a virus or something going on with your inner ear.

America5 Wed 15-Jan-20 15:50:44

@SallyWD thanks for your help although my ear seems to be fine. Would it feel fine if there was a virus or would I feel something like an ear infection?

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SallyWD Wed 15-Jan-20 15:58:16

It could do. I've been dizzy and nauseas since October but have no ear ache! It's a nightmare. The doctor thinks it's related to the crystals in my ear (we all have crystals in our ear apparently!) causing some sort of vertigo. It gets much worse before and during my period - I've googled and it seems to be because oestrogen levels drop at this time. I don't want to scare you. These things are usually very short lived and I'm sure you'll be better soon! It's very unusual to have it for so long.


America5 Thu 16-Jan-20 00:42:16

@SallyWD thank you and thanks for your advice, hope you feel better soon! Will still take a test to be on the safe side 😊

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SallyWD Thu 16-Jan-20 07:16:25

Hope you get the result you want!

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