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Cramps, nausea, pelvic bone harder. Pregnancy test negative. What is the reason for symptoms?

hi, i had a period that started on about june 29th, around july 15th i started cramping a little and spotting off and on for about a week and a half -two weeks, it stopped for a few days and then i had a slighty shorter period on July 27th. The cramps have been random but continues sense it started back in july and some can be quite sharp at times. I am exhausted pretty much all the time, i get nasuas almost every night and as of yesterday right above my pelvic bone is alot harder then normal. I took a pregnancy test 2 days ago and it was neg. I have a 4 yr old daughter, and she was a negative too :P, but i had no other symptoms with her either. I am curious for a professional opinion of what might be going on with me. I have a Dr. apt in 4 days but I would like to know what to expect going in there and possibly what to ask for if/when another test comes up neg.
Asked On : Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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Hello melissaridgley26,
Spotting and cramps can happen to normal women mostly during her ovulation time, this is due to hormonal changes,
This is normal phenomenon. If your pain is unbearable or there is heavy spotting your doctor may provide you with drugs which regulate menses (these drugs stops ovulation thus relieving from symptoms)
For the present complain I believe you need to take ample rest, drink plenty of water, you can take analgesics like ibuprofen during cramps.
Hope I was of some help.
Answered: Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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