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Lower back, abdominal cramps, sore breasts, late periods, milky white discharge. Pregnancy test negative. Pregnant?

Hi.. Since 2 weeks I have been having occasional cramping in my lower back and abdomen . I also have sore breasts and my period is late. I had milky white discharge 2 days ago but it was only once. I ve been taking 1500 mg of glycomet since a month now as I m diagnosed with PCOS . Last month my period was on 23rd Dec and my period is still due. But my periods are always irregular. I took home pregnancy test last week but it was negative. Is it possible that I am pregnant now?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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With irregular periods it is difficult to say whether you are pregnant or not ,but since HPT is negative you can wait fir one more week and repeat a HPT ,till then you might get your natural cycle also. Consult your doctor for further advice if you don't get your period in a week and HPT is negative. all the best.
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