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Lower abdominal pain, cramping, fatigue, intermittent nausea. Flu or pregnancy signs?

I am 10 days away from my period therefore a pregnancy test at home will tell me nothing. Im wondering if I have the flu or could be pregnant, I know its pretty early to be having sympotoms of pregnancy but i have been experiencing lower abdominal cramping... fatigue ...and on and off nausea ...I have gotten my flu shot a month back however i do not have diarreah ...and i can eat what i want the nausea just comes and goes...just wondering if these are early signs of pregnancy or do I in fact have the flu? My husband two months ago had a vasectomy reversal but we were told that probably around the 5-6 month mark the sperm would be ready to do the because its only been 2 months im skeptical
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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You may take simple medications for nausea and pain. It's important to see a general surgeon to rule out appendix
Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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