This might be long, because there's a lot of background info, so thanks to anyone who reads it all.
About a month ago I had a serious head cold. It went away, but about a month later I started getting nauseous more often than usual-on and off throughout the whole day, and especially when I was driving (which doesn't happen, I only get motion sick if I'm reading in the passenger seat). Almost anything that moves is making me sick. Now, about a week after, I feel horrid-sick, tired, cold, and there's a knot in my stomach, under my rib cage which is a constant ache. I can eat, and I haven't thrown up, but I'm so nauseous. Standing for a long period of time makes me sick-I almost passed out at work yesterday, and I called in today. I think I have a fever, too.
Now, for my medication. I'm on Tenex, which is a beta blocker intended for hypertension. I've missed two or three doses since I've been sick (since the first time). One of the side effects is diziness, and I think the sickness is only making it worse. I'm also on Ortho Tri Cyclen Lo (because the hormones in regular pills mess me up big time), and I've missed 2 since I've been sick. The first time it was okay- it was one of the green sugar pills and I still stayed on track. The next one was the 3rd pill in on a new pack. I didn't take it as soon as I remembered it because I'm worried 2 doses would hurt me, even though I know now that you should make it up anyway. I had sex (without a condom, with my tested, clean boyfriend of 1 monogamous year) either one or two days before this. Those are the only BC pills I've missed, and I've been on track since (about 5 days now).
I'm just wondering how much of a risk I'm at right now. I'm super worried that this pain in my abdomen is an ectopic pregnancy or some weird pregnancy symptom, even though, when I rationalize it, it's actually a couple of inches higher than where my ovaries should be.
By the way, I'm getting ready to go to a walk in clinic and see what's up anyway. I was wondering if anyone on here could offer something, though, since I worry a lot.
Thanks for the time!