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Light headed, anxiety, depression, breast tenderness, frequent urination, pregnancy or stress symptoms?

Hello, I am 21 years old, and last had my period starting on March 20th, and ending on March 26th. I have been feeling light headed, anxious, depressed, sore, breast tenderness, constant bathroom trips; urine and poop; as well as I have taken a home pregnancy test that came up negative a few days ago. I am trying to figure out whether I am pregnant or this is all stress related. Can someone help me depict whether or not this is just stress related or if I am pregnant?
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
Your next cycle should be on around 20th april,if it missed and with your described symptoms there is a chances of pregnancy.Sometime urine pregnancy test gives late result.Do it again.
Better go for USG and consult your gynecologist for confirm diagnosis and better further management.
Answered: Mon, 7 May 2012
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