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Delayed period, did not have sex during ovulation, have frequent urination, digestion issues, painful breasts. Urine infection or pregnancy?

I am from India and have got some queries pertaining to my delayed period. I am 32 yrs old and from last 2-3 months intend to conceive. However the last time when i got my period was on 24-Dec-12. i have regular periods and have a 25 day cycle. My husband and i tried to mate on 1-Jan-13 and then again on 12-Jan-13. Both of these dates according to me were not really any near to my ovulation date. I was expecting my period on the 19/20-Jan-13, but haven t got the same, as yet. Now this is worrying me coz i have done a home pregnancy test on 24-Jan-13 and on 26-Jan-13, but both resulted in as negative. I feel the need to urinate very frequently and sense my bladder to be full all the time. The color of my urine seems to have changed than normal. I am experiencing digestion problems- as in have to pass stool as soon as i eat something. My breasts are very painful since last 4-5 days. I feel very hungry during the evenings, and till now not experiencing any morning sickness symptoms per say. I am worried for the delayed period and frequent urinition. M i pregnant or have i got Urine infection? What solutions would you recommend??
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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At times in practice we have seen rarely patients are pregnant but the UPT does not come out to be negative so you can have a blood test and ultrasound to be precise. Also stress can lead to prolonged cycles and the symptoms you are having can be due to premenstrual syndrome. So please relax and wait .
Answered: Fri, 29 Nov 2013
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