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Why am I nauseous after eating?

everything I eat makes me so nauseous. I've been extremely tired but also having really vivid dreams. I have a little bit of a temperature. I have back pains. also, my boobs are really sore. i don't normally get these with my period so it's not because of my period. I also have a pretty bad headache and have been so moody...is there something else besides being pregnant? pleaseeeee someone say its not pregnancy I'm only 19...maybe a weird flu that lasts longer than a week?? any ideas?

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It is possible that you are exhibiting symptoms of glandular fever. Some of the symptoms include loss of appetite, swelling or "puffiness" around your eyes or a general sense of feeling unwell. However, it would also be better if you went for a pregnancy test just to rule out the possibilities. You can see a doctor for more inquiries.

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What is glandular fever?
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You should take a pregnancy test, those are all symptoms of being pregnant *according to my mother*. Good luck. You should probably take the test sooner than later though.

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Well it turns out your momma was right, I'm prego...Thank you, this'll be interesting haha
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Moms usually are haha. But good luck!
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& you're welcome! Lol.
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I don't think would be pregnancy because fever is not usually a symptom of pregnancy. Some other things it might be could be gallbladder or appendicitis. Either way please get checked by a doctor, this isn't really the place to diagnose an illness. Feel better.

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Well...it turns out it is pregnancy...thanks for the advice, I guess it's time for a trip to the Dct now hah
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Wow the fever threw me. Good luck and God Bless.
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