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    I am so confused. Please help.
    Mardec posted:
    I was experienceing nausea, dull low back pain, lack of appetite and a weird sensation behind my belly button. I had hernia repair as a result of my last pregnancy. I had my cycle, which was not normal and way lighter than usual. During that time the symptoms subsided. I even had an episode of dizziness/fainting when I didn't eat (never happened before). Now they have all come back with the exception that nausea and lack of appetite is not as strong. I went to the doctor and had blood tested for pregnancy. It came back negative. I still have those symptoms. I have heard of cases where this type of thing can happen. I am so in the dark.
    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Welcome Mardec and I'm sorry to hear of your symptoms.

    Since your doctor has ruled out pregnancy, I would suggest revisiting your doctor to find out what is causing your symptoms. They sound very uncomfortable, and I sure hope you feel better soon.

    Let us know how you're doing,

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