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Light periods, light headed, nauseous, burping. Negative pregnancy tests. Treatment?

Hi, I am on birth control and usually my period is heavy but this month it was extremely light and only lasted two days. I am sexually active and I am starting to feel nauseous and light headed. I had also been burping a lot. I am a little stressed but I think it s just about this. I ve taken two pregnancy tests and they have both been negative. Am I pregnant? What s wrong?
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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Hello...birth control pills cause decrease in blood flow during periods markedly...also they cause nausea in some people...if nausea is problematic for you than consult your gynaecologist and she can provide you with milder form of OCP which have less side far as your concern about pregnancy you can recheck your self after another couple of days just to be more clear and to calm yourself .
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