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belly button pricking and little sore breasts?

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My cycle is always 26 or 27 days. I had period on jan 21, 2011, next one on Feb 16th 2011.
On Feb 28th I had the feeling that I was ovulating, so we had sex and was lying hips raised up to get concieved. Around March 6th and 7th I had belly button pricking and little sore breasts and it vanished after two days.
According to my cycle, next expected period was March 14th, but it came on 17th March with back pain, even before that also I had severe braest pricking, belly button pricking, tiredness etc.
Tested for preg three times, came out negative.
My concern is I usually have very regular 26 or 27 day cycle and no pains at all.
This time why this happened, any idea?
Though I have periods now, something went inside , will it grow as something else, I am lil .....
Pls help me asap...

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replied March 21st, 2011
Pregnancy Answer A21080

Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out. As you had unprotected sexual intercourse, there’s always a possibility of a miscarriage.

The confirmation can be done by doing the serum beta HCG levels. Serum beta HCG can remain elevated in blood for sometime even after the miscarriage.

AN USG of the uterus should also be done to rule out any retained products of conception. If miscarriage is ruled out, then other possibilities of intermenstrual bleeding should be looked for.

It can be due to fluctuation in hormone levels, hypothyroidism & fibroid in the uterus, genital infection, cervical polyps or ectopic pregnancy.

You should consult a gynaecologist for the diagnosis and treatment as without examination, confirmation of diagnosis is difficult. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.

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