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Delayed periods, dizziness, increased bowel frequency. What could the cause be?

Hello, this morning I woke up to feeling really strange.. lonely like, I ve been feeling sick at the stomach for some times.. my ulcers has been bothering me for about a month now, but it felt different this morning.. I m starting to feel a little dizzy and sick at the stomach and i have had a bowel movement all day.. i am two weeks late on my period.. I really dont know what s going on.. my boyfriend called and ask if i was pregnant before i started feeling like this, but I told him no.. can you tell me what this could be?
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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Hello and welcome to healthcare magic!!!
I would suggest you get a urine pregnancy test done and consult your gynaecologist soon and the stomach pain maybe because of the stomach ulcers but the delay in periods and mood changes and the dizziness may be because of pregnancy it is better you get yourself evaluated in case of an unprotected intercourse recently.
take care.
Answered: Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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