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Period has not started. Have frequent urination and tiredness. Is it pregnancy or premenopause?

Hello. I have recently turned 44, I am sexually active. My last cycle was very light but last for the 5 days. I am use to very heavy cycles. I am now 4 days late. I have taken an at home preggers test and it was negative. I didn t take it first thing in the morning which i recently read is the best time to take it. I am having frequent urination , tired and some stomach light, swimmy stomach pains. What could this be (pregnancy or perimenipause?) and when should I see my doctor?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Since you are in the perimenopausal age, your symptoms could relate to the perimenopausal symptoms as well. Due to the weakness of the perineal muscles, frequent urination becomes a symptom of the perimenopausal age, in addition to the delayed and scanty cycles. You should repeat the pregnancy test after a few days with an early morning fresh sample. you may follow it up with a trans-vaginal sonogram and see your gynecologist for further advice. Take care.
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