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Have lower back pain, nausea, dizziness. What is the cause?

Hi. My OH and I dtd on cd7 and cd 8. I think I O d on CD 11 (due to CM analysis). CD 14/15 bad cramps . Am now CD 25. SInce CD 16 I have sore bbs and sporadic lower back pain , along with cramping at some point on most days. Occasional nausea and dizzyness. My cycle is usually about 28 days. But last cycle was longer (I came off BC). I did an HPT yesterday CD24 , but very clear neg. Could I be pg? If not, what is causing these symptoms. I never get cramp, except on CD1 and CD2. Many thanks
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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You may repeat the Urine Pregnancy test after a weeks time and rule out pregnancy.
In the absence of pregnancy the symptoms indicates towards Pelvic inflammatory Disease(PID).
The major cause is infection and some other conditions may also contribute.
You may need an ultrasound of the pelvic.
Antispasmodic may help relieve your pain.
Consult your doctor.
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