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Delayed periods, back stiffness, running nose, cough, feet swelling. Negative pregnancy test. Causes for symptoms?

I am 5 days late I took two hot and both negative I have a 7month old daughter and I have lower back stiffiness as well as yesterday my feet were swollen I am also suffering from cold like symptoms like stuffy nose and a hacking cough I feel like I am going to start my period any sec and then I feel wetness with no sign I blood
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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hi welcome to hcm.see it may happen when u breastfeed the child you don't get periods it varies from 3 month to 10 month.see you get your period once or after delivery your periods not start?as u do pregnancy test its negative then no need to may happens your periods come near by as you said u feel wetness and backache and regarding flu it may because of viral or seasonal no need to worries and wait for your periods come.
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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