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Periods stopped. Blood pregnancy test done- negative. Pelvic pain during pee,sex. Breasts bigger,uterus heavy. Suggestions?

Hi am 23 years old and I had my daughter 7 months ago. Up until 2 months ago now my periods were regular and normal for me. Then they just stopped. I had a blood pregnancy test done at the gyn office, which came back negative. Since that point ive developed really bad pelvic pain when I pee and during sex. My breasts have gotten bigger and my uterus feels kinda heavy.
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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the pelvic pain you have is probably due to delayed periods. If your last menstrual date is more than 35 days you are advised to get withdrawal bleeding.if you have repeated irregular cycles, you have to concentrate on weight reduction as you might have gained weight after delivery.Pain during urination and sex may be due to infection in the urinary tract and reproductive tract which is confirmed by a per vaginal examination, urine culture and sensitivity and ultrasound.
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