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What can cause abdominal pain during periods which I never had before ?

Is this a sign of pregnancy? Or what could it be? Hi, i was 3 days late for my period this month, then when i got it, it was just brownish spotting for 4 days, and then started as a normal period on the 4th day, and now it is the 5th day and still looks quite heavy. Normally i Dont have any pain during periods but this time i keep getting abdomanal pain and bad nausia, and dizzyNess with no energy. Also I ve being having black poo. What could all this mean? Could it be a sign of pregnancy?
Asked On : Fri, 3 Jun 2011
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welcome to health care magic
what you had is premenstrual spotting. this is a sign of slight hormonal imbalance. also it could be early pregnancy , in my opinion you should get a serum beta hcg titre blood test done along with a sonography. a sonography will tell you if there is any local cause of this premenstrual spotting,like a small polyp. the serum beta hcg will rule out pregnancy.
Answered: Fri, 3 Jun 2011
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