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Intermittent spotting, heavy discharge, abdominal cramping, frequent urination, minor headache and nausea. Pregnant?

HI! I have been spotting off and on all month,I seem to have more discharge than normal. My period should be starting this coming week and my pregnancy test was negative. I have slight cramping in my abdomen and seem to be having gas bubbles. I have been urinating much more frequently than normal and seem to be drinking more water as well. I also have had minor nausea and headache since Sunday. I have also noticed that my cat that normally hides is following me around and seeking attention. Could I be pregnant? My prev pregnancy I did not have normal symptoms and even after a woman s exam was not diagnosed as pregnant until about 27 weeks
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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hi there, if your pregnancy test comes as negative even after 2 weeks of gestation then pregnancy is unlikely but you can always get an abdominal or transvaginal ultrasound done to confirm it.Get your urine examined for routine and microscopy to rule out UTI. If you are having any loose motion along with the abdominal pain and gassy feeling then probably you might be having a GI upset and may also need a stool exam to rule out gastroentritis.Do get these tests done and get your mind at peace. Take care.
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