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Cramping in lower abdomen when sneezing or coughing, bloating, headaches and difficulty in breathing. What are the reasons?

So I have cramping in my lower abdomen on occasions and when I sneeze or cough, also im having bloating and sometimes difficulty breathing , im Moody I get headaches sometimes but I figured it was from straining my eyes. I threw up one day but didnt feel sick im tired of buying test to see them negative so I was wondering what u think and if u can give me other symptoms to look for to know for sure besides missing a period cause I still have 2 Weeks till then
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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hi Dear and welcome to health care magic .....
abdominal muscles play important role in respiratory activity....
excessive respiratory activity causes abdominal muscles exhaustion,causing pain .....headache is usually a consitutional symptom in other illnesses...
so i think you have some resp infection and abdominal pain and headache are secondry ....
Do a chest x-ray and complete blood count and then take anti biotics accordingly ....
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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