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Scanty and short periods, swollen abdominal area, frequent urination, tiredness, nausea, frequently have unprotected sex. Reason?

I have always had a normal 5-7 day period but the past two months it has lasted no more than a day... I have never been on birth control and I have had unprotected sex a lot with my boyfriend... My admonal area is swollen and hard and I urine a lot more frequently and tired a lot more... I could sleep all day and still be tired.. And I am nauseas when I wake up.... What does this mean?
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Hi..Tashia.., Do an UPT and rule out the pregnancy.., the reason of the increased frequency of urination is due to UTI(urinary tract infection), you need to be treated for it ,
with antibiotic for 5 days..Once the infection is healed,
the weakness and tiredness will disappear..

Take care..
Answered: Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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