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Have abdominal pain, tender breasts and nausea. Pregnancy test negative. Suggestions?

Hi! I have been experiencing a few weird things with my body lately. I have been Nauseous alot! My breast have been really tender some days other days they don t bother me. I have been having serious abdominal pain alot lately. I would think that I am pregnant but I have been getting my period and have taken a few pregnancy test . Do you think you might have idea whats going on? Oh also I have been getting more headaches then often
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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You need not worry about getting pregnant as your pregnancy tests are repeatedly negative and you are getting regular cycles. Breast tenderness can be a symptom of water retention due to the hormone progesterone, so also are the headaches and nausea. You should see your gynecologist if your abdominal pain bothers you severely for a complete evaluation. Also, if you are anxious to conceive, you can get proper attention and advice. Wish you good health.
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