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Delayed periods, breast tenderness and lower back pain. Pregnancy symptoms?

I was supposed to start my period on march 14 and still it hasn t started I ve had some tenderness in my breast lower back pain and the last 3 days I have had diherria does this sound like pregnancy? I have a two year old but my symptoms where way different I had insomnia nauseas and puking but so far none with this just cramps breast tenderness lower back pain diherria and I ve been tired but I m working more now
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Mar 2016

Pregnancy is possible only if you were involved in unprotected sex around ovulation time or fertile period. Here, you need to undergo one home pregnancy test at the earliest & one blood test for beta HCG to confirm pregnancy.

In exclusion of pregnancy, other reasons for late period are hormonal imbalance, ovarian cyst, high prolactin level, stress/ anxiety, thyroid problem, wt gain/extreme loss, irregular eating habits, psychological factor etc.

You may require some investigations to rule out underlying pathology through USG pelvis scan, thyroid profile & other hormone assay, blood sugar & prolactin level etc. Consult with your gynecologist and take suggestive measures.

Avoid stress / anxiety, take healthy diet with vitamin & iron supplements, eat more fruits & vegetables , drink plenty water or juice and maintain genital hygiene properly. Tender breast is due to progesterone hormone. For breast discomfort, you can wear tight breast support & take prime rose cap.

If you need further consultation with me, then you can visit

Take care yourself.
Answered: Tue, 21 Oct 2014
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