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Why am I getting sore breasts and cramps in tummy if pregnancy tests are negative? Is it menopause?

Hi, my last period was the 7/4/2012, i have done a couple pregnancy tests which were negative. I also went to the doctors to get a blood test done and that was negative also. I have been getting sore breasts and some cramps like my period was about to start, but it hasn t yet, my back is also sore. My doctor said to wait a couple off weeks to do another pregnancy test. If i m not pregnant could i be going into menopause? I am only 33yrs old.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Jun 2012
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Breast tenderness are of due to many cause. Pregnency is one of them too. besides at the premensuration time also there will be change in hormone level like Prolactin which cause the sore breast too. do you have pain or not? if pain it might be mastalgia . for it just have EPO every day for one has no side effect
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