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Cramping in stomach, nausea and LMP - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Menstruation and Miscarriage
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User :   my name is AAAAAAA about a few weeks ago i started getting the sensation that there were fish swimming around in my stomach. I get nausted easily, and whenever i get the fish sensation my stomach starts cramping. i have taken a numerous pregnancy tests and they either come back inconclusive or negative and so i was wondering if maybe i am or if it is something else.
Doctor :   hi
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let me read what you have typed
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where is the "fish sensation" in your abdomen located? is it in upper abdomen or lower?
User :   upper and lower
Doctor :   do you have other signs of pregnancy like increased fatigue, tiredness, increased sleeping, breast tenderness/soreness?
User :   i have fatigue and the increased sleeping
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when was your last menstrual period?
User :   about a month and a half ago
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i suggest you to repeat the urine pregnancy testy with the early morning first urine sample again
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then i suggest you to take a gyne consult with aphysical examination
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and a blood beta Hcg test along with a pelvic ultrasound to confirm/rule out pregnancy
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