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Delayed period, negative pregnancy test, occasional symptoms of nausea, lower back pain. Cause?

Hi, my period has been delayed for about a week now.. My cyle normally 32 days never late and earlier than that... I did do a pregnancy test 3times and it come out negative...last time I did the pregnancy test is yesterday... I don t have any pregnancy sympthom except sometime feel nausea and a little headache and lower back pain especially near my last period is 10 november 2012
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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hi there, normal menstural cycles do get delayed sometimes and so if the pregnancy test is negative you can relax and with your symptoms which seem to be premenstural you should get your cycles within this week,but if not you may visit your gynecologist and take her advise about taking pills for withdrawal bleeding. You could use mefenemic acid tablets in the meanwhile to releive you of the discomfort and pain. Take care.
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