For a few weeks now I have been experiencing a large amount of pain in my lower stomach and kidney area. Along side this I have been feeling sick, Having slight blackouts and nausea. I'm only 16 but I have scars on my left kidney and a couple on my right- At first I thought it could be this acting up but the pain doesn't feel the same as when they hurt/I have an infection. I've also had issues with some foods that I would usually love (such as fish/Dairy products) making me feel sick even by smelling them. I have had unprotected sex but have stopped in time for anything to enter me. Could I still be pregant? Or could this be something else?
It may be pregnancy but have you been checked for like ovarian cysts? I get lower abdominal pain and have had kidney pain before they are different than cyst pains and when mine act up food I like I can't eat either.
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