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Could missing period, frequent urination, fatigue, sleepy, headache, dizziness, pain in lower abdomen with cramps be pregnancy symptoms?

a week before my period was due i had some pinkish-redish discharge when i whipped(only one time) now its 6 days pasted my period and i havent gotten it yet. i been have to urine more then normally, ive been finding my self being more tired and will just fall asleep, i get a slight headache every now and then with some dizzyness, slight stabbing pain in lower stomach with a lil cramps as if af is coming. even when i suck my stomach in i will have some pain and i no longer can suck it in as far as i used to be.. dose this sound like pregnancy my last period was 2/24/13 this one was supposed to come on the 24 of march and never has
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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Thanks for submitting your question. If you had an unprotected sexual intercourse , it is recommended to undergo urine pregnancy test. The pregnancy test kit is easily available in the market and can be performed at home. The symptoms like missed period,fatigue,frequent urination all points towards early pregnancy. If the test comes positive it is advisible to consult a doctor because symptoms like lower abdominal pain and reddish discharge points towards early abortion as well. So please consult the doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. Best wishses
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