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Lower abdominal discomfort. Fatigue, dizziness and weight gain. UPT negative. Cause for this symptoms?

I ve been experiencing lower abdominal discomfort, not really cramping but that s the only way I can describe it, extreme fatigue , dizziness , shortness of breath with normal daily activities, extreme mood swings for what s normal for me, slight lower back discomfort, nausea, food aversions, cravings, bloating/ weight gain only in my lower abdominal region. I have taken home pregnancy tests but come up with only negatives. Is there anything else that could cause all of these symptoms at once besides pregnancy?
Asked On : Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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yes,most of these symptoms can be due to a urinary tract usually present with lower abdominal pain,diziness,tiredness,nausea...some times also with burning sensation on micturition,and increased frequency of micturition.there can be fever is better for you see a physician and get your urine tested,so that correct diagnosis can be made.meanwhile,you take plenty of oral fluids.
hope you find this information usefull.wishing you a fast recovery.thank you.
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