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Trying to concieve. Having pink spotting, sore breasts, cramps. HPT positive. Doctor says negative. Suggestions?

Hello, I m 23 years of and my husband is trying to get pregnant so bad. I last time I started my period was August 18th, 2012 lasted for five days. Since then I still haven t had my period...It s now Nov 21, 2012. I ve spotted brownish discharge that appeared once which I thought I was expecting my period, this happened Oct 15th, 2012. I ve had all the symptoms of pregnancy which really I ain t sure anymore if I m pregnant or not...I did took a home pregnancy test Oct 30th, 2012 it came out positive, went to the health clinic there s came out Negative...They told me I had high blood pressure and am over weight....I am 5 7 weigh 241, I lost 10 pounds. This week my breast felt sore plus my nipples...yesterday I had cramps like I m expecting my period...But I pee and when I wipe, I noticed a little pink spot on it and my panty had a white milky discharge...I am so confused, as much I am hoping to get pregnant, I ain t sure if I am or not because I get positive and negative test results....What does all this mean to you? Please help.
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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Mar 2013
I appreciate your query.
Based on your history, it appears that you have not had your period for the past three months, apart from the slight discharge once.
Did you have regular monthly menstrual cycles earlier ?
If that is so, then pregnancy is a very likely possibility.
You have had equivocal Urine Pregnancy Tests so far, hence please do not perform any more.
You should visit a gynaecologist at the earliest, for an examination and an ultrasound, which will confirm your pregnancy.
It is possible that it is early pregnancy, or an ectopic pregnancy ( pregnancy outside the uterus ).. however nothing short of an ultrasound will tell you for sure.
Also, you are definitely overweight, which also might be interfering with your menstrual patterns, in case you are not pregnant, you should definitely try to exercise, eat healthily and lose more weight.
If pregnancy is not possible, please rule out other conditions like PCOD ( polycystic ovarian disease ), hypothyroidism etc, which cause such abnormalities of periods.
Everything should be taken care of once you visit a gynaecologist for further treatment.
Hope this helped you.
Answered: Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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