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Delayed period with brown spotting. Why am I nauseated, dizzy? Can I be pregnant?

Im 24yrs old and last month my period was late a week, so I started on May 11th. My periods are always normal and i usually start within a day or two of expected. This month i was suppost to start June 8th. On June 12th when I would wipe there would be brown, i used a pad and hardly anything was on it, this happened for 3 days. I have been feeling very tired, dizzy, nauseous, like i m in a fog. Went to doctor on June 26th and was telling him everything, and he had told me sounds like your pregnant, so he ordered a blood test . I waited and the blood test came back neg, He told me its prob to early to tell and wants me to come back next week to get another blood test. So my question is does my doctor believe i m pregnant, is that why he wants me to come back. I m so confused.
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
Welcome to HCM.
You were present with light brown bleeding for 3 days with nausea & tiredness.Spotting or bleeding may be due to early implantation or hormonal imbalance. As you got negative blood test on June 26th (2wks after spotting),the chance of pregnancy is less likely.
you can do a USG for evaluating underlying pathology with exclusion of pregnancy along with some hormonal study like thyroid profile,blood estrogen & progesterone level, LH/FSH etc.
After doing all investigations,you can consult with your doctor.
Take healthy protein rich diet, Vit-E & folic acid supplements, calcium & other nutrients,avoid stress do light exercise and proper sleep.
Be well.
Answered: Sun, 16 Mar 2014
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