Wondering........... intense sense of smell, cramps, and nausia
I have been getting cramps, feeling like puking, and and my sense of smell has really spiked!! I got on my time and got off it last weekend I get it for 3 days and it was normal. Im stund dont know whats going on!! any advise?
If your periods have been normal then there is no risk of pregnancy. Your symptoms can be because of gastritis or hyperacidity. Taking of antacids and dietary modification should help. Consult your Doctor.
Hope this helps.
Take a test anyway! I had what appeared to be a completely normal, 4 day period that was not light. I assumed, obviously, that I was not pregnant. The following month, I started having symptoms and didnt get my period so I tested and got a bfp. Went to dr and turned out I was actually 2 months pregnant! For some reason I had that four day bleeding and was pregnant.
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