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Have pain in abdomen, dizziness, lightheaded and nausea. Took Z-pack antibiotics. Reason?

Hi, for the past few days I have been having a stabbing pain in my lower left abdomen area, it goes as quickly as it comes. I also experience dizziness and become light headed, even when just sitting, I feel nausea on and off through out the day. I was on a Z-pack antibiotic about three weeks ago, and other than that have used no medications. I m 26, I eat fairly healthy, I ve been going to the gym on average about four days a week for the past three or four months, my blood pressure and other vitals seem to be normal whenever I check them, any ideas as to what could be going on?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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Abdominal pain, dizziness, light headed and nausea suggest viral gastroenteritis.Howeverr it can be caused or later superimposed by bacteria.This highly contagious illness spreads through close contact with people who are infected, or through contaminated food or water.
Antibiotics do not work against viral diseases.
Drink extra fluids with and between meals.Avoid fruit juices.
Eat food in small amounts and let your stomach recover.
Get lots of rest.
Check with your doctor before taking medications and you may perform stool test.
Hope it helps.
Take Care!
Answered: Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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