Bloating, abdominal pain, fatigue & shortness of breath??

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I'm 16 years old and healthy, I'm not over weight, I exercise regularly and eat healthy, but recently I've been getting really really tired, the kind of tired that sleep doesn't relieve, and I get a stabbing abdominal pain in my left side. I've also been having shortness of breath and the feeling that I can't take in enough oxygen when I breath in. I also bloat to the point where I look pregnant everyday, and it's from as soon as I wake up till I go to sleep. I have regular bowel movements and there is no chance I could be pregnant.

Could any of you help me and give me some advice as to what this could be?

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    Have you been to the doctors?? if not go. I don't think its very likely but have a look at this diverticular disease, diverticulitis. I don't know how to say this but are you experiencing any problems with woman's parts? go see your gp asap.
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    If you mean like periods, they've been really irregular recently. And I went to the doctors and they sent more for blood tests and everything came back fine apart from my CA-125 level which was raised so they're sending me for a ultrasound, but I'm just so worried, I don't understand what all this means.
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    CA125 is one of the scans for ovarian cancer, and I don't know what else the scan covers. Do you know what endometriosis is? Google it and its symptoms. Did your doc suggest ANYTHING to you?
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    Well that comment was put with kid gloves you prat

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