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Delayed periods, fatigue, cramps, milky discharge from breasts, sexually active. Causes for delay?

I had a period or what I thought was one on Dec 30, 2012. It only lasted about 24hrs. I was expected to get my next period on Jan 27 but I didn t get it. I kept having the PMS though. Fatigue , cramping, naseusa and there is a milky discharge from my breast . Yes I am sexually active. I took a test but it came back negative. My period has been normal up until last year when I had a growth on my uterus that caused me to have constant bleeding. It then became normal again. Do you think you know what might be wrong?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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What type of growth you had on the uterus??
if the pregnancy test is negative,and you have other symptoms suggestive of pregnancy includy milky discharge,I would advice you to go for blood test that is Serum. prolactin level and a sonography and consult your doctor with the reports. Rise in prolactin levels in the body can lead to milky discharge and also cause a delay in periods. So meet your doctor once with the reports and seek further advice.
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