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Tender breast, mild spotting, frequent urination and fatigue. Pregnancy report negative. What could be the other reasons?

hi, i have been 6 days late for my period but earlier today when i wipe it was light pink.. now about 3 hrs later its bright red but still only when i wipe... nothing on the pad... i took a pregnancy test was neagative but was told it was to early and to wait to retest... i also been having symptoms like fatigue ,tender breast and very frequent urination ... im confused...
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
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I would suggest you to repeat urine pregnancy test after a couple of days. Sometimes the test may not be positive for 7days after missing the period. In case of test being negative after 7days of missing period, I would suggest you to get urine examination done to rule out urinary tract infection.

Do get back to me if you have any other query

Take care
Dr Deepak
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Mohammad Yasir Arafat's  Response
hi, in your query, its my opinion you must test for pregnacy again, and you are not given whats your age and weight.Two main types of pregnancy tests can let you know if you're pregnant: urine tests and blood tests.
Urine tests can be done at home or in a doctor's office. Many women first choose a home pregnancy test to take about a week after a missed period. Home pregnancy tests are private and convenient.
These products come with instructions. Follow them closely for the most accurate results. After testing, you can confirm results by seeing your doctor, who can perform even more sensitive pregnancy tests.
Blood tests are done at your doctor's office, but are used less often than urine tests. These tests can detect pregnancy earlier than a home pregnancy test, or about six to eight days after ovulation. But with these tests, it takes longer to get the results than with a home pregnancy test.If you get a negative pregnancy test result, try retesting within about a week to double-check. Some home pregnancy tests suggest doing this regardless of your results.

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