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Breast swelling, nausea, watery discharge, cramps. Negative pregnancy test. Pregnant?

hey, My boobs have been really sore and I ve been nauseous for the last week plus very tired leading me to think I was pregnant. My period was due on the 20th and on the 22 nd I got a very watery blessing that looks nothing like usual period but with cramps . Boobs r less sore now but I m still very swollen and nauseous, had a neg pregnancy test , but don t know what to think?
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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i understand-your concern.
well do a pregnancy test .... initially certain kits are less sensitive .
if it turns out to be negative u can wait for another 7 days before repeating the test.
also consult your gynecologist for detailed examination, blood tests and pelvic scan which will confirm your pregnancy.
but the symtoms might be of premenstrua syndrome too.
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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