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Brown discharge before periods due, scanty flow, nausea, headache, negative HPT, on pill. Cause?

I had brown discharge 2 days before my period was due, I got a little of blood 3 days later which lasted 2 days... I m on the pill (okay may have missed taking them sometimes)... My period before that was also odd... It came on time but it only lasted two days, stopped and then came again 3 days later and lasted a day or two... the one before that It came and I thought was normal but two weeks later I had my period again which lasted 4 days.... I feel nausea have headaches .. I ve taken two HPT test and it s both come back negative... Could I be pregnant or is it in my head???
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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Hello
I think you are not pregnant because pregnancy tests are very sensitive to HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) level in urine. However your blood should be investigated to check HCG (0-10 IU - normal). You should be also examined by ultrasound to reveal other possible causes of abnormal periods (ovarian cysts, endometriosis) with hormonal panel to be inspected as well. You should take your pills regularly because if you forget it can make your periods irregular with unexpected bleedings.
Wish you Good Health
Dr O. Aleksandrov
Answered: Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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