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Darkened nipples, nausea, reduced menstruation, frequent urination, headaches. Pregnant?

Hello I am 20 years old and have been experiencing Wierd symptoms I recently noticed my nipples are darker in color almost bruised looking. But my breast aren t swollen or sore. Recently I ve felt nausea or have woken up nauseous. I do use the bathroom more often , by sex drive has also increased ALOT! I m on my period but this time around its different I was 2 days late and the first 2 days it was light til the third day it was in between light/ medium flow. I feel so dehydrated oh and I forgot to mention I ve also noticed that on the tip of my nipples are little white dots and veins on my areola are noticeable. i also feel sorta irritated about everything, and noticed i do have more headaches but not so moderate more like light. What does this mean? Could I be pregnant?
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Since you have got your periods it is unlikely that you are pregnant, the symptoms you describe may be premenstrual symptoms due to hormonal changes in and around menstruation.

Regarding the frequency of urination,it might be related to urinary tract infection. I would advice you to go fro a urine analysis and then meet your doctor with the report.

Just get a pelvic ultrasound done to rule out ectopic pregnancy if you feel the period was very light as compared to you usual ones. Meet your doctor with the report.

Don't worry ,take care.
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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