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Vomiting, stomach pain after eating, blood in stools. Pregnant?

Last night I ate some chicken alfredo from an italian place and later began throwing up and having stomach pains. I thought I might have gotten food poisioning, but through the night I kept having pains like I needed to go to the bathroom, but when I did blood just came out. The pain I m having is right below my belly button and is kinda like menstreul cramps . Also I had sex almost two weeks ago so I don t know if I could be pregnant or not.
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Dear Denae, hello.
According to your symptoms you are having severe intestinal infection. Blood in stool and pain abdomen are indicative of that. You should take antibiotic and antiamoebic treatment after taking consultation with your doctor.
Please have your stool examined.
For confirmation of pregnancy, have pregnancy card test or blood Beta HCG level.
Hope this is useful to you.
Thanks and take care.
Answered: Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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