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Abdominal pain, hurts to stand straight, no chills. Am I pregnant?

hi i have a question. i woke up after only being asleep for about an hour with sever lower abdominal/ pelvic pains. im not sure if i should go in right away or wait a little while to see if it gets better? i talked to a nurse line already some of the questions they asked.. pregnant? no scale 1-10? 8 stand on your toes then to your heels? it hurts to stand straight. fever/chills? i feel warm but i also just got out of bed a little while ago, chills no. diarrhea? no any advice would be great thanks!
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
Thanks for writing in.

Since you got lower abdominal pains as soon as you woke up from your sleep, please do not panic.

Lower abdomen pain can be due to many causes ranging from normal occurrence during periods, inadequate or skipped meals, ectopic pregnancy, infection to neoplasms.
Please do pregnancy test at home if you want to confirm pregnancy.

Ultrasound abdomen can be done to evaluate pain later if necessary.
Hope it helps.
Answered: Mon, 17 Jun 2013
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