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Irregular periods, trying to conceive. Breast swollen, mild thrush, more hungry, pregnancy test negative. Cause of symptoms?

I am a 27yo female, my periods have been irregular all my life and since I have been recording them (about 7 months now) they are anywhere from 35 to 51 days . I have been TTC my second child and have had swollen breasts mainly the right one, with mild pain every now and then. I have been cramping for over a week (which I do not normally have with my period) my period tracker is telling me that my period is three days late and I have had mild thrush on and off through out the last two days. This was my main sign for my first pregnancy as I do not normally suffer from thrush and I remembered my mother daying shse had it with her first pregnancy. I have tested negative today on a first response home pregnancy test . I have also been tired everyday at 3pm for the last 5 days. And a lot more hungry than normal. If I am not pregnant what else could be causing all these symptoms?
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

Most of your symptoms are non-specific and can be seen in many conditions like premenstrual phase, infections etc.
So you better wait till your expected date of periods and if you miss the date, then go for pregnancy test.
If possible you can prefer blood test for pregnancy which will give more accurate results compared with urine test.
If test comes negative, you better consult gynecologist and take treatment to regularize your cycles and for ovulation induction, which can possibly help in getting pregnancy.
Take care.

Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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