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Have loose stools, bad cramps, dizziness. What may be wrong?

I finished my period a couple of days ago and have experienced loose stools and quite bad cramping on my left side, I had inter course yesterday and the cramps have started since then, I have had a couple of spells of dizziness and quite tired although have a three month old so that could be why, what do you think causes the rest??
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Your symptoms point towards a stomach bug ? You have not mentioned how many times you passed loose stools.

Loose stools lead to weakness as alot of important nutrients are lost along with water which further leads to dehydration.

Would advice you to take plenty of water along with atleast 2 sachets of pre-probiotics for a couple of days. If the symptoms continue then you would need to visit the doctor for further consultation.

Tending to a 3month old can be tiring I understand, but stomach cramps is not to due that.
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