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Trying to concieve, irregular periods. Pain in hips and back. Will I get a positive pregnancy test result?

i am trying to conceive,but after marriage my periods goes irregular. and also i have pain in my left side hip to left side back . this pain starts from my mid of cycle and continue for about 2 weeks............... this month i expect positive for pregnant but i start get that pain for about one week. my last period is 13 th october. whether i get positive ???????????. sa
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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It is not unusual for women to have period irregularities at some point in their life. Many women complain of this with changes in their life like exams, marriage etc. It should gradually settle down. About the pain, see a gynecologist if the pain continues, although it does not really sound like period pains.
If you go overdue, do a pregnancy test to make sure.
Best wishes.
Answered: Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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