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Off birth control. Have hot flashes, nausea, sore nipples, tiredness, milky discharge, moody, delayed period. What can help?

Hi! I'm 24 & on Aug 28 2013 we took myself off my birth control. Now when I was 19, I was 12 weeks & had to have a d&c. We went to the dr in august and talked to him about getting pregnant. That's why I'm not taking my birth control anymore. I'm really starting to think I might be pregnant now. My symptoms: hot flashes (everyday), nausea and lately accompanied by throwing up, extremely moody, tired, sore nipples, very hungry, certain smells smell funny and/or make me wanna puke, lite cramps (only happened couple times now done), and the other day I had milky vaginal discharge lasted all day but never happened again. I've never done that, in intense amounts like that anyway. I was due for my period a week ago, never came, but I an irregular too. Took a test two weeks ago it was negative. Help?! Advice?!
Asked On : Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hello,
Thanks for posting your query.
Your symptoms are indicating towards premenstrual syndrome.
Secondly you can have PCOS causing irregularity of period.
So consult your gynaecologist for further evaluation.
Take care
Answered: Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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