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Cramps in abdomen. Getting vaccines fro Hep B, cholera. Taking doxycycline. Suggest?

Hi, I ve been getting lots of vaccines lately to name a few - hepatitis b , rabies , cholera , Japanese Ens. I m also, taking doxycycline 100mg a day (so far for only 3days) - all this because I m travelling to India soon. However, my period is late by 3 days - I took a pregnancy test which was negative but I m wondering if all this medication I have been taking is causing it to be delayed? Is that possible.. also, I never felt the normal cramping before my period was due like I usually do and my lower back is starting to feel like its compressed or something?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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There is no relation to delayed periods and your vaccination.
Pain in the lower back may be musculoskeletal pain.
As your pregnancy test is negative,please take skeletal muscle relaxant tablet along with antispasmodic Dicyclomine.
If you have any doubt,repeat the pregnancy test after 2 weeks by simple strip test.
Wish you good health
Answered: Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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