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Tired, nausea after eating, back pain. Spotting, white discharge with no smell. What is this?

I m feeling tired a lot lately to where i could just fall asleep anywhere. I get nauseous after i eat and every night around the same time. My back aches, mostly in between my shoulders and lower back. About a couple weeks ago i had what i thought was implantation bleeding it was clear with a few spots of blood. And now i have a discharge that is white with no smell. I get head aches easily now, which i never really get headaches . I also have to use the bathroom quite a bit lately. I took a HPT last week and it was negative. What do you think this is?
Asked On : Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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Hello and welcome to HCM
To sumarize you are suffering from tiredness, head ache, body ache and nausea.
All these symptoms are described as malaise.
There are many causes for malaise.
Besides these symtoma are you having fever?
What is the color of your stools and urine?
This information would help to narrow down the posibilities.
In any case you need to get some investigations done"
Complete hemogram
Liver function tests: Total and direct bilirubin, SGOT, SGPT, serum proteins

Post me the report of the investigations.

Secondily, since the pregnancy test is negative there is no possibility of implantation bleeding.
Slight bleeding/ spotting can occur during mid cycle which coincides with ovulation.
This is harmless bleed and nothing serious is associated with it.

Thirdly, you have mentioned that the frequency of urination has increased.
Is there burning sensation while passing urine?
If yes then probably you are suffering from urinary tract infection.
Get an urine examination- routine and culture and post me the results for interpretation.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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