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Trying to conceive, light menstrual cycle, brown spotting, frequent urination, nausea, vaginal discharge. Causes for symptoms?

Hi I have been trying to concieve for the past 7 months, the last menstral cycle I had was very light and watery, and brown spotty throughout, im due in the next three days, but have had white milky discharge, frequent urination , gas, nausea , headaches and emotinal mood swings, but home pregnancy test is neg, what should I do or what do u think is happening
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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The negative pregnancy test if you suspect conception in the previous cycle itself rules out any chances of pregnancy. Yet, as you have symptoms suggestive of an early pregnancy or post-ovulatory phase, you can get a blood test for pregnancy done. You may also see your gynecologist if you do not get a period as due or if you experience the same scanty flow as you had in the previous cycle. Take care.
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