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Delayed period, breast pain, tired. Am I pregnant?

Hi I am 30, I have been tired for the last week and half, gone to bed as early as 7:30 p.m. wake up tired, tired through out the day. I have not gotten my period 2 days late, plus I am hungry all the time, my breast are hurting so bad you cant even touch them. Am I pregnant. I havent done the pregno test because I dont want to be dispointed.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hello there.

THE SYMPTOMS YOU HAVE MENTIONED ARE ALL PRESENT IN EARLY PREGNANCY.
FATIGUE, SLEEPINESS, BREAST TENDERNESS, NAUSEA, VOMITING, LETHARGY ALONG WITH DELAYED PERIODS ARE ALL SYMPTOMS OF EARLY PREGNANCY .
SO YOU SHOULD GET YOUR URINE TEST FOR PREGNANCY.

THE OTHER POSSIBILITY CAN BE YOU ARE HAVING PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME(PMS) AS THIS ALSO PRESENTS WITH ABOVE SYMPTOMS ESPECIALLY MORE IF YOUR PERIODS ARE GETTING DELAYED. THIS IS BECAUSE DELAY OCCURS DUE TO HORMONAL DISTURBANCES AND LEADS TO CONGESTION IN PELVIS.

ITS BETTER TO TEST EARLY THAN WAIT AND DELAY YOUR DIAGNOSIS. IN CASE YOUR URINE TEST IS NEGATIVE, YOU CAN USE PROGESTERONE TABLETS FOR WITHDRAWAL BLEEDING AFTER CONSULTING A GYNECOLOGIST.

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Answered: Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. V. Jayaram's  Response
hello
thanks for choosing healthcare magic

Your symptoms are very vague and these symptoms are very subjective . you can get your urine pregnancy test in case its negative then get a beta HCG test done .

you cannot diagnose pregnancy just by the above symptoms .

sorry to disappoint you but these may also be seen sometimes just before a menstrual cycle
Answered: Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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