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Sudden breast pain, nipple swelling, fluttering in stomach, vomiting sensation on waking, pregnancy test negative. Opinion?

hello I am 23 and i have been experiencing some problems. I keep having these sudden pains in my breast and my nipples have become swollen. I also feel fluttering in my stomach which has became enlarged in the past few weeks. I wake up each day with a headache and a constantfeeling that i have to throw up. My periods are very odd, for the past two months i have spotted then had a two week long period. I have taken two pregancy test which one was negative and other inconclusive. Can you please tell me what you thick
Asked On : Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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Hello. I'm sorry you don't feel well. Since it isn't clear whether you're pregnant or not, that's the first issue that needs to be addressed. Another home pregnancy test or a pregnancy test performed at your doctor's office would help answer this question.
Assuming you're not pregnant, there are other conditions that could account for your symptoms, most notably an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts frequently produce hormones that disrupt menstrual cycles and trigger "pregnancy symptoms" (nausea, breast tenderness, headache, bloating, etc.). Many ovarian cysts resolve on their own within a few cycles. Those that persist or cause significant problems (severe pelvic pain, for example) may need to be treated, either medically (birth control pills are often helpful) or with surgery.
Since you've already been having difficulties for the past two months, I suggest you see your doctor for an evaluation.
I hope things get back to normal soon!
Answered: Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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