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Having serious back pain, itchy nipples, abdominal pain, less periods. What could be happening?

I've been having serious back pain for weeks, i sleep with hot water bottle on my back to relieve the pain, I have itchy nipples, abdominal pain lasting for weeks as well. I have been to the hospital but I was told to wait till I see my period which I did two weeks ago but only lasted three days instead of my usual five days. I don't know what this could be, I will appreciate any suggestion please. Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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It seems that you have a hormonal imbalance. This can cause you to have irregular periods and symptoms like that. With hormonal deficiency any symptoms are possible. I also recommend that you get tested for PCOD which is present in about 10 % of females. Once you get tested, it should help you greatly to reduce your problem.

Weight gain can also be one problem in your case. If you have acidity, it also presents sometimes with back pain. I hope this helps.

Dr Vineet
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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