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Vomiting, frequent urination and hard stomach. Irregular periods. What is causing these symptoms?

hey I ve been ill for over a month now. I ve been feeling sick, throwing up, urinating a lot, feeling tired, very emotional and my breasts have got slightly bigger, I ve all got a hard stomach and its getting big. I ve also been getting hotter at night. i had two periods in December one on the 15th and one on the 25th then again i had one on January the 15th whats up with me. my periods are normally regular.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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Hello, thanks for using HCM.
From the series of dates you have mentioned, it seems that the bleedings are not menses. Vomiting, and frequent urination are early symptoms of pregnancy. During pregnancy, some women might experience per vaginal bleeding which they might mistake to be their menses. The increase in breast, hard stomach that gets bigger and bigger, tiredness and the emotional change all support that you might be pregnant. However, you could be suffering from a urinary tract infection in which case pains during micturation and or fever should be associated with the frequent urination. However, urinary tract infection cannot explain why your breasts and stomach (abdomen) are increasing.
So, i will advice you conduct a pregnancy test which i strongly believe it will be positive and see a doctor for follow up.
Hope this helps.
thanks and do not hesitate if you have more questions.
Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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