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Sore nipples, nausea, vomiting, delayed periods, pink spotting. Pregnancy chances?

hi . i am 13 days late for my menstrual cycle period . no cramps aside from a slight twinge 3 days ago that lasted for a few seconds . last night i had a light pink spotting when i wiped , but that is all . tender breasts constantly and occasional sore nipples . nausea and some vomiting but that s it . i have taken 1 hpt 3 days ago [ day 10 of late period ] , but had a negative result . could i be pregnant , or is there any other cause aside from stress [ which i am not ] ?
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Thanks for posting your query.
There are many causes of delayed period like pregnancy ,stress, anxiety, Hypothyroidism.
However your symptoms are indicating towards pregnancy.
Get your repeat urine or blood beta HCG test done to confirm pregnancy.
I hope your query has been answered.
Answered: Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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