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I need some medical advice please...8 wks pregnant

I am currently 8 wks pregnant. About 2 weeks ago I started getting morning sickness, just the usual, feeling nauseous in the morning. Then about 5 days ago I got really sharp pains on my lower left side. These pains came and went for about 2 hrs and were painfull enough to stop me in my tracks. They went away. The next day I started vomitting and having severe dizzy spells. This lasts throughout the night as well as throughout the day and continues! Yesterday I again got severe pain on the left side, below my rib cage and down to the lower left side and back.  These sharp pains brought me to tears and again stopped me in my tracks. They lasted for 3 hrs and I began vomitting. The pains have left, but the dizziness and nausea continue. There has been no bleeding. Is this normal? My doctor is only in on Thurs. and I am just wondering if I should seek other medical attention?
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1806883 tn?1458321004
This is definately not norml, and I wouldnt wait until thursday to see your regular doctor, I would  go and see another doctor before then, good luck
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Girl you need to go the E.R. as soon as possible,  so the can do a check up you! I never really heard of such, but just go so that you can what's happening to you! Your baby or you can be in danger for all you may know... Good luck :))
3224409 tn?1356206827
U need to go in er... It could be ectopic pregnancy. I m not a doctor bt it could be something very serious... Take care n best of luck...
2011481 tn?1374262667
Just curious if you went to the ER and what they said???  Hope all is well with you and baby.

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