For the past 4 or 5 days I have had a hard hit of nausea around noon or late in the evening every day. I was beginning to think there was a possibility I might be pregnant but then I started my period which appears to be normal although my cramps are a little worse than normal and a couple days late. To go along with it I have been lightheaded during the nausea spells, but after about an hour or two I feel perfectly fine.
A little background, I had placental abruptia with my daughter 2 years ago, and since then my menstrual cycles have always been either a little off, or I don't have it at all. It appears over the past 5 months to be going back to normal if not a couple days off.
I've never had nausea with my menstrual cycle or cases of lightheadedness. Any Ideas? this is getting ridiculous!
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