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Have nausea before period. Have unprotected sex. Reason?

hi, im 22 and i had my period on the 4 of this month and sarted again today, im always getting nauseous before every period as well, my periods are also never the same can you please tell me why? i havnt changed my diet or workout methods there is no extra stress going on in my life. I do have unprocted sex with my husband but not that often due to my libdo has seemed to dissapear
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Nausea can be attributed to excess hormone as well in the absence of pregnancy. This is usually seen when there is some hormonal imbalance. You should consult a specialist for proper evaluation, get a pregnancy test done and also a trans-vaginal sonogram. A complete hormonal profile is essential to look into the cause of decreased libido as well as the symptoms associated with each cycle. Though everything seems fine, subtle things can influence sexual life a lot and need to be handled to avoid major complications. Hope this helps.
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