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Having late periods with frequent urination, vaginal discharge, increased appetite, HPT negative. Pregnant ?

Hi My periods have been starting 5 days to 2 weeks late for the past 3 months, Ive been urinating frequently, have an increase in vaginal discharge and increased appetite . Ive felt movement in my belly but im not sure if they are just muscle spasms? I did a pregnancy test and it was negative? Any advice would be helpful
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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Mar 2016
There are several reasons of irregular delayed period,called OLIGOMENORRHOEA.You get negative test and exclude pregnancy.
Your features more likely due to Ovarian Cyst/PCOD and other may be hormonal imbalance,over wt/extreme loss,stress,emotional upset,eating disorder,thyroid problem etc.
So do a USG lower abdomen with PPBS,LH/FSH,Thyroid profile,Blood estrogen & Progesterone to rule out underlying pathology.
Then consult with your gynecologist and take advice accordingly.
Control body wt,avoid stress,take healthy diet with avoidance of fatty food and sleep properly.
Be well.
Answered: Mon, 17 Mar 2014
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