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Sudden onset of nausea, recovering from flu symptoms like chills, cough, headaches. Treatment?

hi last week i had the flue you know typical symptons chills, fever mucous coughing. sinus headache now all that is actually okay now but for about five days or so i ve been extremely nauseated its off and on throughout the day i m not vomiting or having diarreah but i can t seem to shake it ,,,,is it because i just had the flu or something else. now i don think i could be pregnant because my last period began on 12/26/12 and i m ovulating probable nearing the last days..of ovulation. with no intercourse during the ovulation..
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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HI I have gone through your mail and as said you were having flu infection with typical picture of symptoms like -fever, chills and rigors, nasal congestion and discharge,coughing etc about one week after one week you developed nausea though no vomiting is there, this is less likely to be due to flu as you are missing your period of menses one may think of conception.As you have told about contraception (following safe period method) may sometimes gets are now advice to go for pregnancy test to rule out pregnancy.
Answered: Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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