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Having nausea and trouble sleeping, back pain, headache. Loss of appetite with late periods. What is wrong?

Hi, I have been having on and off nausea and trouble sleeping. When I awake, I have a backache and a headache and must take ibuprofen for it to go away. my appetite is off and I only crave carby foods and I stay full for ages. My period is very late and I have taken two pregnancy tests and both were negative. What is wrong with me?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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If you have always been regular with your cycles, are sexually active and on no contraception, you should exclude pregnancy first. As your HPTs were negative, it is difficult to say whether you performed the test too early as your dates are not given. It would be ideal to go for a serum beta-hCG assay for a definite confirmation/exclusion of pregnancy. You should also get a trans-vaginal sonogram and see a specialist for a proper appraisal of the situation. Hope you find this information useful. Good luck.
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