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Delayed periods, drowsiness, nausea and headache - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Menstruation and Miscarriage
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hello
Doctor :   how can i help u
Doctor :   please proceed with your query
User :   what could be the reason i am experiencing lightheadedness, sleeplessness, headaches, nausea....
User :   and 2 weeks late on my period.
User :   i already took a test but it was negative
Doctor :   ok
User :   is there something wrong with me?
Doctor :   wat test did yu do
User :   i dont have any idea the name
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   wats your age
User :   25
Doctor :   is the headache one sided
User :   no
User :   all over
Doctor :   do yu have fever
User :   nope
Doctor :   cough
Doctor :   cold
User :   no
User :   and no
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   nausea at time of headache
Doctor :   vomiting
User :   right now yes but not earlier today
User :   and no vomiting
Doctor :   body ache
Doctor :   high colored urine
Doctor :   hi are yu there
Doctor :   hi are yu there
Doctor :   I have to close this window since there is no response from your side, please get back to us if you need further medical advice.
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