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My period got delayed & I took a pregnancy test and it was neg

i have no idea whats going on i took a pregnacy test and it was neg. i m a 18 year old female i was supposed to get my perioed on the 9th of this month but i was two days late and got it on the 11th for the last month i have been very nauseus, my nipples have been very sore ,very dizzy , and some abdomnal pain. i have no idea whats going on i took a pregnacy test and it was neg.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Jan 2011
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what made u to worry that u are pregnant? relax your pregnancy test is negative, u are having menstrual cycles also, these points are enough to tell u that ur not pregnant. Variation in menstrual cycles are common, cycles delayed by 2 days is a part of normal variation so don't worry. Nausea, abdominal pain, breast and nipple tenderness are part of the phenomenon called premenstrual tension. please consult to ur doctor for this. u will be fine don't worry, take care, bye...
Answered: Sat, 20 Aug 2011
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