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Delayed periods, sore breasts, constipation, mood swings, cramps. Early pregnancy symptoms?

Ok, Im having cramps here and there, no period, first day of my last period was Decemeber 31, 2012. I ve never missed a period and i also have sore breast(basically all the signs of pregnancy), I m 6 days late. I dont use the restroom a lot but more than i have in the past, i also have constipation , pains in my stomach , moodswings(angry, sad etc.) does this mean i could be pregnant?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Feb 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response

Thank you for the query.

Yes, all this symptoms can be caused by pregnancy. I suggest you to have pregnancy test performed at first. If pregnancy confirmed, you should get scheduled for gynecologist consult. If the test will be negative, you should have it repeated after a week. If still no pregnancy, some diagnostics should be performed to rule out all other possible reasons of such symptoms.

Hope this will help.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Shoaib Khan's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM.

First, we need to establish your last date of sexual contact. Depending on this we can relate to the occurrence of your symptoms. Although most of these symptoms are the general signs of early pregnancy, you could be sure by conducting a HPT (home pregnancy test). If positive, please visit a doctor at the earliest, if negative, please repeat the test after a week to re-confirm.

I hope this information helps. Feel free to write back to us for any further clarifications.

Best wishes.
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