Nausea, Dizziness, Want To Faint, Out Spots Whether The Sign Of Pregnancy?
In the morning, I am 22 years old, but I am married 20 kmr. Last time I did hub 23. This morning when I entered the office and wanted to have breakfast. Suddenly my prut was sick and nauseated like I used to experience because I did have a history of magh chronic since elementary school. When I was prut, I also felt dizzy like I wanted to pass out. I sat down and stood back but felt like I wanted to pass out before I wanted to disappear. Trua I feel there is someone out of the genitals, rich in blood but not too thick. The pink color is like blood mixed with water. Gmna? Am I pregnant? Or is there another disease?
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Abdominal pain, nausea, dizziness, until you want to pass out you can be a sign of pregnancy or not. Besides pregnancy, these complaints can also arise due to other causes, such as gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa), peptic ulcer or duodenum, digestive infections, viral or other bacterial infections, food intolerance or malabsorption, cholangitis, pancreatitis, hepatitis, and so on. It could also, these complaints occur related to hormonal fluctuations before menstruation (for example if you have irregular menstrual patterns).
As for your condition that emits pink spots mixed with water can also occur because the fetus is implanting itself in the uterine wall (implantation spots). Although, it does not rule out these spots also occur due to other causes, such as impaired hormonal balance, injury to the reproductive organs, side effects of drugs or contraception, abnormal vaginal discharge, and so on.
It's best if you don't panic or worry too much. First get plenty of rest, always live a healthy lifestyle, and overcome your complaints by eating more regularly, drinking enough, throwing away thoughts that are stressful, diligent in sports, and don't overdo physical activities that make you too tired. Do not also carelessly consume drugs without a doctor's prescription, and increase the cleanliness of your intimate organs again.
If the spots continue to increase in intensity, or if your complaint feels more severe, limiting your daily activities, you should go to see your doctor directly. If the doctor really suspects that you are pregnant, the doctor can also advise you to do blood, urine and ultrasound examinations to make sure. And if you are really pregnant, you will naturally be referred to an obstetrician for further treatment.
I hope this helps.