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Nausea, loose motions after periods. What could be the reason? r u?i am last period was on 20th feb. Now suddenly m having nausea feeling,loose motions.can u tell me the reason please.
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If you have had unprotected sexual intercourse /planning a baby after your last menstrual period till date then the most probable cause for your nausea and stomach upset can be signs of pregnancy.
However similar symptoms can occur in gastritis, gastrointestinal infections either viral or bacterial and hormonal imbalances.
The best way to confirm is to wait for a week and get a urine pregnancy test done.If your symptoms worsen then please consult your doctor for an evaluation and confirmation of diagnosis.He may also precribe an antiemetic like domeperidone for nausea, antacid, and probiotics for controlling loose motions.
Hope I have answered your query.
Answered: Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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