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Abdominal pain, spotting, mucus discharge, cramping

Hi I m having really bad abdominal pain (especially in my left side) very light almost spotting earlier today it was a bright pinkish colour little mucusy as well... I have been naseaus for about a week and over the weekend i hAd a cramping feeling in my left side but different from mestral cramps ... My period was supposed to come yesterday...
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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hi, well since your symptoms are recent onset likely you could be suffering from abdominal infection which is probably recovering
If it is really bothering you get your stool examination done which will show if you have any blood or infection in your stool. If stool examination is normal then symptomatic treatment and observation can be done for few days before you undergo any further evaluation. Do get in touch about follow up
Answered: Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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