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Have dizzy spells, lightheaded, nausea, trying to conceive, recently had periods

I have recently been experiencing slight dizzy spells, when I am sitting down working, I feel lightheaded and dizzy, maybe around 3-4 times daily. I am also nauseas not to the point of being sick. The last couple of days I can't stand the smell of certain foods. I have trying to get pregnant, but I daren't take a pregnancy test in Case it's negative... I have also had my period last week too.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Since you had your periods last week, the chances of pregnancy are less. The symptoms that you are having can be related to anxiety and gastric upset. You can do a urine test if your periods are overdue by at least 5 days.
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Dr. RakhiTayal
Answered: Tue, 14 May 2013
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