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Abdominal pain, headache, cramps. Am I being pregnant?

I had a stabbing pain in the right side of my lower abdomen last saturday night. (I was Thinking it was ovulation day) Then monday i had headache and started to feel pain or i may say cramps in my lower abdomen. yesterday til today i did went to bathroom to urinate for about 25 times. Am i being pregnant? But i don t have a tender breast and also i am having a dry discharged. and today, my tongue has something that it cause a feeling of burning in my tongue. Thank you!
Asked On : Sun, 14 Oct 2012
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Hello, I would be happy to help.

I am not sure about the symptoms involving your tongue, but the mid cycle pain and headache could very well just be cycle related. Mid-cycle there is pain related to ovulation commonly. You can also get pain related to ovarian cysts.

I would recommend a pregnancy test now and again when you would expect your next period. If your pain persists, then seek the help of an OB/GYN who should do an exam to check for the location of the pain and consider an ultrasound to further evaluate.

I hope this helps!
Answered: Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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