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Feeling nauseous, lower back pain after periods, stomach burns, headache, pee more. What should i do?

Hi. I am a female 21 years old
after having my periods 4 days ago, I am now starting to feel nauseous and my lower back pains a specially if I sit
my stomach burns, I cant even eat that much then I am bloated, even when I don't eat I am bloated. I still have period pains but much less than the actual pain.
now I am starting to have slightly headaches. I pee way more than I should
I am feeling so sick :(
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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Dear dezi..
You are having symptoms of dysmenorrhoea and gastritis. Some amount of pain is normal during menses. Its due to production of prostaglandins which causes uterine contraction, hence you will feel pain. You can take mefenamic acid tablets to avoid pain and rantidine/pantoprazole for gastritis. Avoid spicy and junk foods, consume lot of water, dont skip meals.
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Answered: Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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