Hi,I am a married 21 years old girl and I am experiencing some problems which I want to share..I've been experiencing pregnancy like symptoms since last month but I have not missed my period yet.This all started back last month when my usually regular periods were delayed by 5days and the following month by 6-7days,this is unusual for me as this has never happened before,they usually come around same date every month or 1-2days before or after..Now,last month they came with painful cramps which started one week before(I usually have mild ones before my periods) and then I experienced mood swings,bit of a nausea,breast tenderness etc I took a pregnancy test 2-3weeks after and it came out negative..(another thing is we only have unprotected sex in my safe days and use either condoms or pull out method in not so safe days).I have been having stomach problems,pain in stomach,upset stomach and i don't know if this is related to it or not but sometimes there is a little bleeding from my gums which never happened before.
Please bear with me I know this is a long ques but I want to tell each tiny detail so I could get a satisfying answer and put my mind at ease.
Now this month my periods are delayed by 5-6days as i mentioned earlier and they are lighter than usual but its not spotting or light bleeding,they are just not as heavy as I am used to having.I'm having aversions to certain foods and some cravings.I went to see a doctor and she says she will have my blood test and ultra-sound done and it could be due to early miscarriage/cysts or just stress related.I have moved to a different country four months ago and I have been travelling a lot also so may be this could be the reason.These problems are really worrying me so I would appreciate if anyone could give me a good advice .
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