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Abdominal pain , bumps on breast

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Hi I had an uprotected sex a week after my periods, im on a 22 day cycle. Weeks later had very light periods then nasea, sharp abdomnal pains, Tiredness,Discomfort in my lower stomach, took home test neg and had my periods again. All these symptoms still there bt now tender, sore, dark breast and lil bumps on my breast. Now i went to the doctor did an altrasound and the doc said its nothing and gave me some vitamins.Few days ago had very light periods. I've gained a lot of weight and sometimes when i feel my lower stomach its hard. I really dont know what is going on please help. If was pregnant i would be 11 weeks now


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replied May 19th, 2010
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Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am really glad to help you out. If the pregnancy had been there, then the pregnancy test would have come out as positive and the ultrasound of the uterus also would have shown it. Hence, the possibility of pregnancy is virtually ruled out. Hence, the symptoms which you’re going through are much less likely due to the pregnancy.

They could be due to some stress or hormonal changes. If they persist, then you should consult a gynecologist. Doing some regular exercise, avoiding excessive consumption of tea or coffee, doing some regular exercise and eating a balanced nutritious food rich in fruits & green vegetables does help. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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