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Trying to conceive, have excessive craving, tiredness, tender nipples, negative pregnancy test, on periods due. Suggestion?

Hello! I have been TTC for nine months. Just recently I ve had a huge increase in food. Tired all the time. My nipples are tender but not sore. I HPT ed twice this week both negative. I have been having mild cramps And a lot of lower back pain .I have also a leg cramps a week ago. I m scheduled to start my cycle in three days. I m wanting to test again buy unsure when would be a good time. I m very regular with a 28 day cycle I keep everything written down. When my cycle began last month the first two days were extremely light to were nothing showed til I whipped no cramping. The last two days were mild no clots or cramps. Day five no blot the worst cramps EVER! My periods are generally extremely heavy with extreme cramps from day one.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Fluctuations in the menstrual flow are common. That can occur due to many causes like life style modifications, hormonal imbalance etc.
Just by symptoms we cannot come to one conclusion regarding pregnancy.
You wait till your expected date of periods.
If you miss the periods, wait for one more week and then go for pregnancy test.
This will help in getting accurate result.
Start taking folic acid tablets from nowonwards.
For more details you can ask me directly through the premium forum.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 21 Sep 2013
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