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What causes severe pain in cervix, hips, lightheadedness and dizziness?

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Posted on Fri, 6 May 2016
Question: Okay as if december 12 I started to have really bad pains in my cervix area and some times it spreads to my hips . i get light headed and very dizzy sometimes my body becomes like a tingly feeling also in my lower abdomen it pulsates. I have taken four pregnacy test it came up negitive also I exclusively breast feed my 10 month old .
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Answered by Dr. Zenab Tambawala (29 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
rule out infection

Detailed Answer:
Hi there,
Welcome to HCM,

What you are presenting with seems to like symptom of a pelvic infection. This needs to be checked and treated immediately as if not it could affect your health in the long term.

The pain is not a symptom to be ignored

Also I would like to know when was your last period and if you are sexually active.

You should start top feeding and weaning your baby, as at 10 months the amount of milk produced by the mother is not enough to satisfy the needs of the baby.

Your baby will require additional nutrition.

Get yourself checked by a gynaecologist immediately and if given antibiotics do take ones that are safe in breastfeeding.

Hope this helps.
Regards.


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What causes severe pain in cervix, hips, lightheadedness and dizziness?

Brief Answer: rule out infection Detailed Answer: Hi there, Welcome to HCM, What you are presenting with seems to like symptom of a pelvic infection. This needs to be checked and treated immediately as if not it could affect your health in the long term. The pain is not a symptom to be ignored Also I would like to know when was your last period and if you are sexually active. You should start top feeding and weaning your baby, as at 10 months the amount of milk produced by the mother is not enough to satisfy the needs of the baby. Your baby will require additional nutrition. Get yourself checked by a gynaecologist immediately and if given antibiotics do take ones that are safe in breastfeeding. Hope this helps. Regards.