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Delayed periods, dry rashes on stomach, forearm, acne, cramps in abdomen, bloating. Signs of pregnancy?

I am late a week on my period and I started gettting like a dry rash on my stomach on both sides and now I have an itchy rash on forearm . I have had bad acne the last 2-3 weeks which is unusual because I usually only get a few pimples before my period. I have had mild cramping on one side of my lower abdomen and in the middle of my lower abdomen and feel really Bloated the last few days but have not got my period. Are these pregnancy signs?
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
just because of symptoms we cannot confirm pregnancy, as these type of symptoms can also be seen in premenstrual syndrome and in case of hormonal imbalance like poly cystic ovarian syndrome,
so you better consult gynecologist and go for blood test for pregnancy, if comes negative get evaluated for the cause of delayed periods by physical examination and ultrasound examination etc.
take care.
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