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Light short periods, spotting, sore breasts, abdominal bloating. Negative pregnancy tests. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi, for the last 3 months i ve been having pregnacy symptoms but hpt & blood test come back negative. the last 2 months my period has gone from 3 days to just 1 day bleeding and spotting. for the past 2 weeks i have had sore breasts, feeling bloated and full in my lower abdoem. Just wondering if i should take another hpt or have another blood test.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Hi and thanks for the query,
It s not rare to experience light or at times even missed periods amongst women of reproductive age, even in the absence of pregnancy. Conditions of stress or illness could make this possible. A proper blood pregnancy test, and an ultrasound could give conclusive results in case periods fail to come back to normal during the next normal awaited period. Thanks and kind regards
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