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Nausea, lightheaded, dizziness, exhausted, negative pregnancy test. Could I be pregnant?

I have been feeling very nauseated, smells are making me sick, i am getting lightheaded and dizzy alot and it is staying for a couple of hours. I am exhausted more than I have ever been. I wont start my period until next week but I feel like something is wrong. I took a pregnancy test and it is negative. Could I be pregnant or is there something else going on???
Asked On : Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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If you have had unprotected sexual intercourse during the days of your fertile period, it is possible that you could be pregnant.

Your symptoms do occur in early pregnancy but it can be otherwise too. It is too early to comment on your pregnancy status now. Please wait for your periods until next week. If your periods are delayed, then do a simple urine pregnancy test at home to rule out pregnancy.

Hope this helps you.

Meanwhile, drink plenty of fluids and take adequate rest.

Get well soon.
Answered: Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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