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when ever i want to eat i feel like throwin up, i get dizzy.

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i dont know what is wrong with me. ive been having an argument with my boyfriend for about 2 weeks. i do bearly eat or sleep. n i think thats the cause of everything but i want to make sure. now when ever i want to eat i feel like throwin up, i get dizzy, and im very tired, my lower back really hurts alot, and somethings my head feels like its gunna blow up.any help?
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replied March 29th, 2012

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If you had unprotected intercourse then symptoms as nausea,dizziness,back pain could be indicative of possible pregnancy.
Wait if the periods are expected soon and if they are missed then after a week get a Urine test done for pregnancy determination.It is difficult to comment without a proper history and examination.
Kindly visit a Gynaecologist for evaluation.
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