Some women during their periods can get these symptoms as they start getting older. Our hormones change constantly and thus, it can also be just plain old hormonal changes. Doctors are finding that women 35 and up (35 is rare) can be going into perimenopause, and some women can even be thrust into complete menopause if they have trauma of any sort, get the mumps, chicken pox, etc., late in life. More and more is being learned about women's hormones. Tender breasts are usually a real indication of hormonal changes or pregnancy. It can also make you tired, but then again, a thyroid that isn't working well can give you the same symptoms. I suggest you see your doctor or at least go to a clinic and tell them your symptoms. Ask if you can have a T3/T4 blood test done. This is a good test to check out your thyroid. Please don't sit around worrying about what you have. I am sure it's nothing you can't have fixed. Good luck God Bless Marcy
Sure sounds like pregnancy to me.
Richard for health
extreme heats are usually when you are pregnant and extreme heats makes you tired
Only if preceded by extreme blunt trauma or the headache is from hemorrhaging.
Yes you can be pregnant! Go take a pregnancy test right away!
extreme tierdness, constant pelvic or lower back pain, combined with cramps in thighs/legs. Headaches, extremely heavy periods and sometimes more than once a month.constant nausea, bloating, sore breasts, hot flushes and diaroeah. You feel like you are pregnant, every month, every week, but you are not. If you have any of these systoms best to get checked out as ende does get alot worse if untreated over time.
Yes, being an extreme sport skydiving causes high level of emotions. It's possible to cause headaches or other health problems to people who aren't in good health. However headaches are in no way a typical problem caused by skydiving.
One can know if the person has the following symptoms, extreme worry or restlessness, anxiety or nausa, headaches, extreme fear of a coming or past event.
Simple answer, Gravity. When standing up, the force of your blood goes down, to your extremeties, thus, with the loss of very little blood in your head, you get minor headaches, but nothing extreme.
Unlikely in the extreme.
Sounds like Braxton Bragg