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Late period, nausea, food aversions, sore breasts, exhaustion, white discharge. Pregnancy test negative. Am i pregnant?

I am over a week late, which is very very unusual for me. Negative pregnancy test, but nausea, food aversions, sore breasts, exhaustion, and a white discharge (no itch or anything like that) which is not normal for me. Could I be pregnant even with a negative test? I'm worried but don't want to go to the doctors unless its possible I could be pregnant because I don't have insurance.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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It is less likely that you could be pregnant with the negative test, but still can't be sure.
Would advice you to repeat the test after 2-3 days or go for a ultrasound of the pelvis to get it confirmed whether you are pregnant or not.

The symptoms you describe are pregnancy related.

Take care.

Dr. Rishma Lakhani.
Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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