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What are the causes of nausea and hungriness in a woman before onset of periods ?

Iam 26, and in good health but the past 2weeks I ve been very nausiated all day. It s bad in the morning and late afternoon, but not a flu type nausea I feel tired also , and this past week I wake like 2am starving but I eat normally Iam suppose to start my period the 30 of may ...please help I really can t afford to go to the doc right now thanks
Asked On : Sun, 29 May 2011
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

It could be possible that you are pregnant.I advise you to wait till you get your periods.If you dont get your periods , get a home pregnancy test done with your early morning urine sample.
There could be chances that you are having hypoglycemic attacks.You should get evaluated for Diabetes also.As of now to relieve your symptoms , please take short meals , multiple in number at frequent intervals.

take care.
Answered: Tue, 31 May 2011
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