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could i be pregnant or isit something else ?

By Anonymous May 29, 2011 - 5:35pm
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Hi I'm 18 ... I'm getting a little worried and am a little confused, about
3 weeks ago I had a period which lasted 5 days. I usually last 7. Then
I had another period a week later which firstly started off with brown discharge
Monday morning then turned into a heavyish period with a few blood clots.
I came of on wensday then had a little bit of blood on thursday the 5th May.
And havn't been using protection with my partner.I took a test 2 days ago and it

Said negatiive...?I have also been havin really bad migranes for the last few days,
constantly feeling
Tired and randomly get hungry. My boobs are a little sore on the outsides
And now and again I get a shooting pain in my left boob. Could I be pregnant
Or is this someting else I would be glad if you could help me :) thanx xx

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Pregnancy symptoms are usually the absence of bleeding, not irregular bleeding that you are experiencing.

There are many reasons a woman may have irregular bleeding, including excessive stress, illness, hormonal imbalance or a medical condition.

You can choose to wait until June for your next period, or you can call your doctor if your symptoms continue or become worse. It might be OK to wait, as it sounds like your last day of irregular bleeding occurred a few weeks ago, and your current symptom is a migraine and breast pain. Your migraine and breast pain, if the symptoms do not continue, could be related to pre-menstrual symptoms. However, if your pain does continue or becomes worse, it is important to call your doctor just to rule out any medical reasons.

May 29, 2011 - 8:04pm
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