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Having backache, abdominal cramps and white discharge. Waiting for periods. Could I be pregnant?

My last period was on 12/4/13. I'm having backache, abdominal cramps for the past 2 weeks and cloudy white discharge last night. I'm supposed to have my Nxt circle period somewhere today... Could I be pregnant? I've tested in the morning but shows negative. I've kinda feeling stressful for not knowing what's happening and can't detect anything by pregnancy test kit.
Im 38 and I have 3 children aged 18, 17 n 10.
Asked On : Mon, 13 May 2013
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Hi,
Thanks for using healthcare magic.

I have gone through your history.
Stress is known to delay the menses.

Your symptoms might be due to
- Local Infection,
- Impending menses
- Pregnancy.

Pregnancy test comes positive usually after 5 days of delayed menses.
You may consult your gynecologist to rule out infection if any.

You may wait for few days more to check for pregnancy test.
Thanks.
Answered: Mon, 13 May 2013
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