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Have delayed periods, experiencing alternating leg pains, pain on ovary. Period or pregnancy?

Hi, first I would like to start of saying that me and my husband had sex a few time at the time I was suppose to be ovulating. My period is about a day or 2 late but sometimes my cycle is 29days and sometimes 30 days, so maybe my cycle is longer this month, but for the last day or 2 I've been having these dull leg pains that alternates prom one leg to another and sometimes I would get a dull pain on the ons side of my ovaries. Could that be my period or pregnancy. My last LMP date was 9 March.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Thanks for posting your query.
You can have premenstrual symptoms but it is better to rule out pregnancy with pregnancy kit available at pharmacy.
After getting pregnancy test treatment will be decided if it is negative pain can be relieved by taking anti-spasmodics.
However if it comes positive get ultrasound scan done to rule out site of pregnancy.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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