Pregnant? Sharp lower left abdominal pain, Lightheaded.
Hi. I posted here before explaining that I had lower left abdominal pain. My period was due on September 13th. I am not concerned about the late date because it is only one day. My concern now is that I am still experiencing the sharp pain plus other symptoms: mild cramping in my pelvis (not just abdominal pain), and dizziness/faintness. I am not sure if I mentioned I was feeling tingling breasts in my other post,but I was experiencing tingling around that time and still experiencing it now, but it is very mild. Anyhow, I don't know if I could be pregnant. The last time I thought I was pregnant my period was just 3 days or so late. The only difference is that this time I feel so miserable and I have the sharp pains, dizziness and tingling breasts. Oh yeah I forgot to mention I now also feel nauseous some days more than others.
I was thinking I might just be going through some PMS symptoms I never felt before. Who knows. Only time will tell I guess. Tell me what you think. I don't want to think about it, but it is constantly on my mind. I couldn't even sleep last night.
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