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Heavy periods with nausea, tiredness, mild aches, and breathlessness. Treatment?

I have nausea, very weak , tired , mild aches .. i have heavy period its been 2.5 days into it. few days before my period i feel like i can't breath and get panicked. what is wrong with me. i took aspirin and i am wondering if i shouldnt have ginger ale schweps helped a little with nausea but not with being tired and weak.
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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profuse heavy bleeding can be the cause for your weakness, tiredness, aches, nausea and vomiting. These symptoms may be there for anybody with normal bleeding. For you the symptoms are more due to heavy bleeding. your heavy bleeding is for the 1st time or regular, consult your gynecologist to find out the cause for heavy bleeding and the effects of heavy bleeding.
Prior feeling of breathing difficulty and panicky may be a part of pre menstrual symptoms.
there are specific treatments for all the complaints you have. Don't try asprin or ginger water which may give temporary relief. consult gynecologist and take appropriate treatment . nothing to worry and anxious
Best wishes
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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